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[628] The readings before Heins. were ‘cui’ and ‘illacrimans,’ the latter of which is found in one of Ribbeck's cursives. ‘Adlacrimare’ is said to occur only here and in a passage of Appuleius. ‘Quod si’ for ‘quid si’ Gud. corrected. ‘Quod voce gravaris’ for ‘quae voce gravaris’ one of Ribbeck's cursives, and so Heyne and earlier editors. ‘Quae gravaris’ = ‘quae dare gravaris:’ comp. Plaut. Mil. 4. 6. 15,Benignus erga me siet: quod cupiam ne gravetur” (Forc.): “quae si quis gravabitur” Quint. 1. 1. 11.

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