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vidi cum. Cf. XIII. 223 n.

monte revulso, the first attempt, in which Polyphemus throws too far, medias in undas, Hom. Od.IX. 481.See note on XIII. 882, where the form of expression, like that of Homer, recommends the alternative reading revulsum, adopted by Magnus and Riese and approved by G. Owen.

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