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C. Va'lgius Rufus

2. Again, in the ninth ode of the second book, written about B. C. 23 or 20, he endeavors to console Valgius whom he represents as giving vent in tearful strains to the grief caused by the loss of his favourite Mystes. The personage here addressed is termed by the old scholiast upon Horace " Valgium consularem."

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