Accius, By-Works

LCL 314: 594-595

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venae proscissae cossim goerare ordine porcas bidenti ferro, rectas † derevere.†

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By-Works

the balks of a furrow, when this is cleft forward by the two-toothed share, wheel round aslant in rows . . . straight ahead.a

  • aThe readings are uncertain; a porca is a lira, the ridge between two furrows; and vena is here a furrow. After rectos comes another verb in the infinitive.
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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.accius-by_works.1936