Ignarum a stranger to the land of his burial (see on E. 6. 40, “rara per ignaros errant animalia montis”). The word, however, is sometimes used passively: “regio hostibus ignara” Sallust Jug. 52 (and see the dictt.), and so Gellius 9. 12. 22 would take it here.
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