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1 finitissimis S.

2 ne earbonẽ SA.

3 pedamentum vel pedainenti vel pedamenti quicquam R plerique, edd. ante Lundström. a The master-thief of Greek mythology, son of Hermes (Mercury) and maternal grandfather of Odysseus. Autolycus possessed the gift of making himself and his stolen property invisible or of changed appearance. b A monster of Roman legend, who stole from Hercules the


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