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[87] 87-94. In this comparison, cause and effect — the raging Diomed (8891) and his victory (92-94) — are closely united. For the comparison, cf. 4.452 ff., 15.624 ff., aggeribus ruptis cum spumeus amnis| exit oppositasque evicit gurgite moles,| fertur in arva furens Verg. Aen. ii. 496 ff.

ἄμ: “ἀνά”. § 11 b.

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