Hermes 125 (2):252-253 (1997)

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Donald Ross
Marymount University
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A defense is provided for repunctuating a sentence toward the end of Confessions X 40.65 to yield the following translation: "Neither did I myself discover them--that is, that ability of mine by which I did it--nor did that ability itself. Thou wast the one . . . ."
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