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33sive tu mavis, Erycina ridens,ŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, II
35sive neglectum genus et nepotesŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, II
41sive mutata iuvenem figuraŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, II
12 seu poscat agna sive malit haedo.ŨŪ́UŪ|ŨŪ́UŪ|ŨŪ́Ũ trim. iamb. cat.Carmina I, IV
19cantamus vacui, sive quid urimur,ŪŨ|ŪUUŪ||ŪUUŪ|UŨ ascl. min.Carmina I, VI
55sive subiectos Orientis oraeŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, XII
11rixae, sive puer furensŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŨ glyc.Carmina I, XIII
25pugnae, sive opus est imperitare equis,ŪŨ|ŪUUŪ||ŪUUŪ|UŨ ascl. min.Carmina I, XV
3 pones iambis, sive flammaŨŪUŪ|ŨŪ||UŪŨ alc. 9Carmina I, XVI
4 sive mari libet Hadriano.ŪUUŪUU|ŪUŪŨ alc. 10Carmina I, XVI
5sive per Syrtis iter aestuosasŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, XXII
6sive facturus per inhospitalemŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, XXII
7sive iactatam religarat udoŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina I, XXXII
11 enaviganda, sive regesŨŪUŪ|ŨŪ||UŪŨ alc. 9Carmina II, XIV
12 sive inopes erimus coloni.ŪUUŪUU|ŪUŪŨ alc. 10Carmina II, XIV
2seu tu querellas sive geris iocosŨŪUŪŨ||ŪUU|ŪUŨ alc. 11Carmina III, XXI
61sive te rupes et acuta letoŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina III, XXVII
17sive quos Elea domum reducitŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmina IV, II
15sive tu Lucina probas vocariŪUŪŨ|ŪUUŪ|UŪŨ sapph. min.Carmen Saeculare, I
39centum iuvencos, sive mendaci lyraŨŪ́UŪ|ŨŪ́ŨŪ|UŪ́UŨ trim. iamb. acat.Epodi, XVII
121formabat puerum dictis et, sive iubebatŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones I, IV
124sive vetabat, an hoc inhonestum et inutile factuŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones I, IV
38sive quod Apula gens seu quod Lucania bellumŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, I
83sive diem festum rediens advexerit annus,Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, II
119sive operum vacuo gratus conviva per imbremŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, II
87frumenti quantum metit Africa. sive ego praveŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, III
7sive est naturae hoc sive artis, mirus utroque.Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, IV
80sive gravis veteri creterrae limus adhaesit.Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, IV
11sive aliud privum dabitur tibi, devolet illuc,Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, V
108dic, ex parte tua seu fundi sive domus sitŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, V
25sive aquilo radit terras seu bruma nivalemŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, VI
79sive vicarius est, qui servo paret, uti mosŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, VII
16hic erus Albanum, Maecenas, sive FalernumŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Sermones II, VIII
196sive elephans albus volgi converteret ora;Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Epistulae II, I
63debemur morti nos nostraque: sive receptusŪ́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́UU|Ū́Ũ her.Ars Poetica, I

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