Lucretius de Rerum Natura 5.849–854

Classical Quarterly 30 (02):378- (1980)
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For we see that many happenings must be united for things, that they may be able to beget and propagate their races; first that they may have food, and then a way whereby birth-giving seeds may pass through their frames, and issue from their slackened limbs; and that woman may be joined with man, they must needs each have means whereby they can interchange mutual joys
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