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Vv. 2-3) Although the text of v. 2 is not certain,15 the idea of the rebirth of the world in spring must be present in this couplet; editors note that the Stoics seem to have placed the birth of the world in springtime (Chrysippus fro 584, SVF II p. 180) and they compare Virgil's lines on the infancy of the earth: 18 THE CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS non alios prima crescentis origine mundi inluxisse dies aliumue habuisse tenorem crediderim: uer illud erat, uer magnus agebat orbis et hibernis parcebant flatibus Euri, cum primae lucem pecudes hausere, uirumque terre a progenies duris caput extulit aruis, immissaeque ferae siluis et sidera cado.
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