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lentos, ‘cold,’ ‘unsympathetic.’ Cf. Amor. III. vi. 59: “ille habet et silices et vivum in pectore ferrum, qui tenero lacrimas lentus in ore videt.” For much illustration of this difficult word see Henry Aeneidea, vol. II. pp. 443-50. Cf. also xiii.800 n.

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