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[317] ‘Or if you ever found any pleasure in me.’ Wagn. well comp. Tecmessa's appeal to Ajax, Soph. Aj. 520,ἀνδρί τοι χρεὼν Μνήμην προσεῖναι, τερπνὸν εἴ τί που πάθοι”, and Juturna's words 12. 882, “aut quicquam mihi dulce meorum Te sine, frater, erit?

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