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I do not sit here out of eagerness for thoroughbred horses;
however, I pray that he who you yourself favour, will win.
I came to talk with you, and to sit with you,
so that the love which you cause is not unknown to you.
You are watching the race;…

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peace pleases me, and in the middle of peace found love.
Let Phoebus be favourable to augurs, Phoebe to the hunters;
Turn the craftmens' hands to you, Minerva.
Country-dwellers, rise to your feet for Ceres and the young Bacchus.
Let boxers appease Pollux, let the horsemen appease Castor.
I applaud…


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