Abdidit, not, as Heyne, “abdere solet,” but expressing instantaneous action. ‘Sese avius abdidit’ like “obvius sese obtulit” 10. 552 note. ‘In montis sese abdidit’ like “se condet in undas” G. 1. 438. Mr. Long quotes Caesar B. G. 1. 12, “reliqui sese in proximas silvas abdiderunt.” ‘Avius’ of a person 12. 480.
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