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namque introduces the reason for addressing Iris simply as dea. She is evidently a goddess, but Hersilia does not know which. So Virg. Aen. I. 328(Aeneas addressing his mother Venus disguised as a huntress),“o dea certe: an Phoebi soror? an nympharum sanguinis una?”
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