[51]
** te parens invocat**: the
aged parent desires to see his daughters established under
the protection of husbands before his death; cf.

**Catul. 62.58**;

**Catul. 66.15ff**.

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[51]
** te parens invocat**: the
aged parent desires to see his daughters established under
the protection of husbands before his death; cf.

Catullus. Catullus. E. T. Merrill. Cambridge. Harvard University Press. 1893.

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