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[3] Mamurram: perhaps with the first syllable long, as in Catul. 57.2;Hor. S. 1.5.37; Mart. 9.59.1; Mart. 10.4.11; and in several derivatives from the same stem; though this would then be the only irrational foot in this poem, if vv. 20 and 23 be emended so as to introduce none but iambic feet. On the person see Intr. 73f.

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