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[567] Iamque adeo is Virgilian, 5. 268, 864., 8. 585., 11. 487, ‘adeo’ strengthening ‘iam’ (see note on E. 4. 11). ‘Super’ separated from ‘eram,’ as in E. 6. 6. The same tmesis occurs even in prose, “vix decumae super portiones erant” Tac. H. 1. 20. comp. by Wund. The temple of Vesta, like that of Pallas, appears to have been in the “arx.

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