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[105] Tum vero emphatic, as in E. 6. 27, A. 1. 485. ‘Ardemus’ with inf. 1. 515, 581., 4. 281. The words themselves do not imply that they actually questioned him, though the context does. ‘Scitari,’ as well as ‘quaerere,’ goes with ‘caussas.’ Ov. M. 2. 511, “caussamque viae scitantibus infit.” Pal. originally has ‘casus.

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