Some Notes on the Text of Seneca's Dialogues

Classical Quarterly 24 (02):269- (1974)
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1. 4. 9. Fugite delicias, fugite enervantem felicitatem, qua animi permadescunt et, nisi aliquid intervenit quod humanae sortis admoneat, †velut perpetua ebrietate sopitif†. Although it is possible to produce a tolerable sentence by deleting et after permadescunt, it is generally agreed that a verb is missing in the last clause. Koch suggested sopiti, Gertz sopiti



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