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[309] She upbraids Aeneas with the wanton wilfulness of departing at a time when he will risk himself and his crews. Comp. above v. 52 and Ov. Her. 7. 40. foll., 169 foll.Hiberno sidere’ is a poetical equivalent for “hiberna tempestate” or “hieme.” ‘Classem moliri’ 3. 6. Here we are meant generally to think of preparation accompanied with effort. Fragm. Vat. and Pal. have ‘moliri,’ ‘s’ having dropped out owing to ‘sidere.

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