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[180, 181] Solo in its position. Comp. the legal use of the word in Paul. Dig. 13. 7. 21 (cited by Forc.) for the ground on which a building stands, “ius soli sequitur aedificium.” The repetition of the name Astyr is like that of Aegle E. 6. 20, and Lausus A. 7. 649. Virg. was probably thinking of the lines about Nireus Il. 2. 671: comp. those about Amphimachus ib. 871. With ‘versicoloribus armis’ comp. ποικίλα τεύχεα Il. 3. 327., 6. 504, αἰόλα τεύχεα Il. 5. 295.

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