Virgil and Sallust: Aeneid 10.354–79 and _Bellvm Catilinae_ 58–60

Classical Quarterly 72 (2):944-949 (2022)
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Abstract

Since a problematic passage in Virgil'sAeneid(10.366–7) shows the same influence of Sallust (Cat.58–60) as do the dozen lines preceding and following, it should not be deleted, as has been suggested.

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