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Centum—Hydram, e(\n dia\ duoi=n rather awkwardly expressed, as it would seem at first sight that the angues and the serpentes were different. Virg., as Cerda and others have remarked, imitates Eur. Phoen. 1134 foll.: tai=s d' e(bdo/mais *)/adrastos e)n pu/laisin h)=n, e(kato\n e)xi/dnais a)spi/d' e)kplhrw=n grafh=|, u(/dras e)/xwn laioi=sin e)n braxi/osin *argei=on au)/xhm'