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[298] “Hei mihi! quid tanto turbantur moenia luctu?” 12. 620. ‘Luctus’ seems peculiarly used of the agony during a battle, vv. 26, 369, Sall. Jug. 97luctu atque caede omnia conplentur,” as well as of the grief afterwards for the lost, 11. 350, but the distinction is not always easy to draw. ‘Diverso,’ as the disaster spread through the town.

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