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ipsa . . . exigit. Ovid changes to suit his purpose the occupation of Circe as of her maidens. In Virgil ( Aen.VII. 14), as in Homer, she is busy with weaving, arguto tenuis percurrens pectine telas. Cf. Od.X. 222.

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