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For the use of que . . . que . . . que see Roby, § 2201 and cf. XV. 671-3, and for the position of admiratur Roby, § 1047 ad fin., and cf. XIV. 446 n.

colorem. Cf. 288 n. Velleius Paterculus (ii. 83) mentions that Plancus among other buffooneries at the court of Alexandria danced in a mime as Glaucus, caeruleatus et nudus, caputque redimitus arundine et caudam trahens, genibus innixus.

subiecta, merely ‘below’ the shoulders. Cf. 438, XIV. 304.

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