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  1. May 2015
    1. Nāsōnis

      This is Ovid's cognomen in the genitive An imaginary likeness of Ovid, statue standing in his birthplace, Sulmona, Italy. Photo: Bill Jennings.

    2. lēgisse

      This is a perfect infinitive from lego, legere legi lectum. It it functioning here as the subject of sit "To have read us would be..."

    1. Arma gravī numerō violentaque bella parābam

      This is an allusion to the Aeneid