Lexicon:Intermissa, Venus diu, rursus bella moves

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Citation: intermissa, Venus diu, rursus bella moves
Language: Latin
References: The Fortune of War, page 53
Meaning: Venus, again you provoke wars long since abandoned


Horace, Odes VI. Nb: the comma after diu is misplaced, and should instead follow Venus. The line precedes, "parce, precor, precor," quoted in The Surgeon's Mate 176.

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