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[34] For [p. 175] their beards and gloomy brows are ill-suited not merely to luxuriance of style, such as we find in Cicero's “Rocks and solitudes answer to the voice,”1 but even to full-blooded passages as, “For on you I call, ye hills and groves of Alba; I call you to bear me witness, and ye, too, fallen altars of the Albans, that were once the peers and equals of the holy places of Rome.”2

1 Pro Arch. viii. 19.

2 Pro Mil. xxxi. 85.

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