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36. τὸ γὰρ λευκὸν τῷ μέλανι. Anaxagoras went so far as to say that snow was black (because it is still water, though congealed): Ritter and Preller, § 128, n. b.

37. ὅπῃ: an old emendation for μή.

42. ταῦτα: the parts of the face.

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