Mezentiu's Remorse

Classical Quarterly 38 (01):261- (1988)
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tantane me tenuit vivendi, nate, voluptas, ut pro me hostili paterer succedere dextrae, quern genui? tuane haec genitor per vulnera servor morte tua vivens? heu, nunc misero mihi demum exitium infelix, nunc alte vulnus adactum!

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Ovid, Metamorphoses 1, 438-60.D. E. Hill - 1983 - Mnemosyne 36 (1-4):159-161.

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