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medullas, often spoken of as the seat of love. Cf. Cat. XLV. 16, ignis mollibus ardct in medullis, where Dr. Ellis quotes medullitus amare from Most. I. iii. 86. So in I. 473 (of Cupid shooting his golden arrow), laesit Apollineas traiecta per ossa medullas.

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