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[164] ἔσσεται: prominent at the opening of the verse, marks the confidence of Agamemnon's prediction.

ὀλώλῃ: nearly equiv. to a future. See § 3 b.—Ille dies veniet quo Pergama sacra peribunt.— Scipio is said to have repeated this verse at Carthage, thinking of Rome, in view of the transitoriness of human glory.

165 = 47.

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