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[312] Quemquam glancing at Turnus, as Serv. remarks. “Nec quemquam fugioE. 3. 53. ‘Plurima,’ like “tua plurima pietas” 2. 429, perhaps chosen instead of “maxuma” to express many acts of valour, and so to extend the praise as widely as possible. “Virtus fuit tam multa quam plurima esse potuit.

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