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ambitiosa fuit, ‘was solicitous,’ ‘made fond entreaty.’ The armour of Achilles having been stripped from the body of Patroclus by Hector, who put it on himself, Thetis visited Vulcan to entreat him to make new arms for her son, Il.XVIII. 428-61.
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