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novo, ‘sudden,’ then first called into existence. Cf. 499, xiii.406 n.

dum indueret, ‘till such time as he should put on,’ ‘to give him time to don,’ Roby, § 1664. Cf. xiii.440 n.

Martius miles, the Romans, so called because Romulus, founder of Rome, was son of Mars. Cf. Hor. Od.I. ii. 35.

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    • Homer, Odyssey, 1.2
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