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SEVEN SUGGESTIONS IN CATULLUS

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XI, 11-12; read Gallias et horribiles Britannos / ultima rerum. XXX, 4; read caelicolas latent. LXIII, 54; delete. LXXXII, 3; read eripere id noli. LXXXIV, 5-6; delete. XCI, 3; read constantemque putarem. CXVI, 7; read nos contra ista iniecta tua evitabimus tela.

Incidental textual comment and/or suggestion is made with reference to Germanicus 333 and 457-8, and to Ovid Trist III, 4, 27.

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