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aedicula eius tot aperitur, ut conspici possit undique effigies deae, favente ipsa, ut creditur, facta, nec minor ex quacumque parte admiratio est.
Cornelius, Publi Cornelii eius qui in Hispania ceciderat filius, quattuor et viginti ferme annos natus, professus sepetere, in superiore unde conspici posset loco constitit.
17) Seneca's remarks to his own mother, Helvia, exemplify this attitude: crevisti sub novercam, quam to quidem omni obsequio et pietate, quanta vel in filia conspici potest, matrem fieri coegisti, nulli tamen non magno constitit etiam bona noverca (You grew up under a stepmother, whom, certainly, through every obedience and dutifulness, as much as can be seen in a daughter, you forced to become a mother, although there is no one whom even a good stepmother does not cost greatly, Cons.