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he same moment). Paulum: L. Aemilius Paulus (consul in 170 B.C.) defeated the last king of Macedonia, Perseus (genitive: Persi ); Livy and others told of Paulus's sober reflections on the instability of mortal prosperity. se: Paulus; where the subject is impersonal, the reference of the reflexive pronoun is directed by common sense. Quid . . . vertentem?: A ninth-century commentator, Remigius of Auxerre, attributes this definition of tragedy to the early Roman tragic poet Pacuvius; the words indiscreto . . . vertentem may indeed be such a citation, but Pacuvius's works are lost. The definition was much quoted and discussed in the Middle Ages. indiscreto: "indiscriminate." du/o pi/qous, to\n me\n e(/na kakw=n to\n de| e(/teron e(a/wn : Iliad 24.527f, where Achilles consoles Priam on the death of Hecto