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[194] Virtually = “este duces viae, si qua est.” ‘Cursum,’ your flight, not our course (which would be possible, ‘per auras’ being taken i. q. ‘volando’). ‘Cursus’ for ‘volatus’ seems to occur nowhere in Virg., unless E. 6. 80 (where see note) be an exception: it is found however elsewhere, as in Ov. Amor. 2. 6. 11,Omnes quae liquido libratis in aere cursus,” quoted by Forb., who refers to a note of Heins. there.

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