A Palaeographical Corruption in Ovid, Ex Ponto 4.6

Classical Quarterly 40 (01):283- (1990)
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Abstract

In lines 35–8 Ovid compliments the poem's recipient Brutus on his skill as a forensic orator. The transmitted text is as follows: hostibus eueniat quam sis uiolentus in armis sentire et linguae tela subire tuae, quae tibi tam tenui cura limantur ut omnes istius ingenium corporis esse negent

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