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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 64 (search)
caelo: ablative of place. unigenam: here twin-sister; but cf. Catul. 66.53. montibus: dative modifying cultricem; cf. Catul. 66.58 Canopus incola litoribus ; and with the idea, Catul. 34.9ff n. Idri: if the reading be correct, the name is perhaps that of the district in Caria called Idrias by Herodotus and Stephen of Byzantium, where Artemis was worshipped as Hecate. Pelea adspernata: no story accounting for this disdain is known, and Hom. Il. 24.62 expressly speaks of the presence of all the gods at the wedding, and of a marriage-song sung by Phoebus (cf. also Aesch. ap. Plat. Rep. 2.383). niveis: being of ivory; cf. v. 45. cum interea: cf. Catul. 95.3. infirmo: etc. i.e