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<Text id=Amores> <Author>Ovid</Author> <Title>Amores</Title> <Edition>From part of Project LIBRI (Literary Information Bases for Research and Instruction), a collection of literary texts collected by Stephen V.F. Waite, begun as the American Philological Association Repository of Classical Texts in Machine-Readable Form. OTA 0345</Edition> <body> <div0 type=book n=1> <loc><locdoc>Amores1.0</locdoc> <div1 type=poem n=1.0> <l n=1.0.1>Qui modo Nasonis fueramus quinque libelli,</l> <l n=1.0.2> Tres sumus; hoc illi praetulit auctor opus.</l> <l n=1.0.3>Ut iam nulla tibi nos sit legisse voluptas,</l> <l n=1.0.4> At levior demptis poena duobus erit.</l> </div1></loc><loc><locdoc>Amores1.1</locdoc><div1 type=poem n=1.1> <l n=1.1.1>Arma gravi numero violentaque bella parabam</l> <l n=1.1.2> Edere, materia conveniente modis.</l> <l n=1.1.3>Par erat inferior versus? risisse Cupido</l> <l n=1.1.4> Dicitur atque unum surripuisse pedem.</l> <l n=1.1.5>"Quis tibi, saeve puer, dedit hoc in carmin . . .
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