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sati Curibus, β€˜the sons of Cures,’ which was the chief town of the Sabines.

luporum. A similar comparison is found in Virg. Aen.II. 355: β€œlupi ceu raptores atra in nebula, quos inproba ventris exegit caecos rabies catulique relicti faucibus expectant siccis.”

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