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cum . . . complevit, Roby, § 1733, R. § 735.

memor, Roby, § 1351.

Idaeo vertice, in a sacred grove on the top of Mt. Ida. Cf. Virg. Aen.IX. 86: “lucus in arce fuit summa, quo sacra ferebant, nigranti picea trabibusque obscurus acernis: has ego Dardanio iuveni, cum classis egeret, laeta dedi.

Cybele entreats Jupiter that the ships may be proof against all dangers, which he refusing as contrary to the ordinance of fate, promises that such as get safe to Italy shall there be made immortal and sea deities. The metamorphosis takes place as the Rutulians rush on to fire them.

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