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Horace, Odes i. 28. 7–8

  • J. Gwyn Griffiths (a1) and A. Y. Campbell (a2)

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1 I was there, of course, arguing against Mr. Griffiths's deduction that since it must here mean ‘died’ it was ‘inexact’; but what I wrote is obviously equally applicable as against this other view, which had occurred to me as one that nobody would ever maintain.

2 Rose's remissus appears to have been intended for an incidental improvement. That word is, of course, ruled out by the following admissus, with which it would make antithesis but not point.

Horace, Odes i. 28. 7–8

  • J. Gwyn Griffiths (a1) and A. Y. Campbell (a2)

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