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Rician's arts I plied and with deceitful pleadings sinned Anon a wanton life and dalliance gross alas the recollection stings to shame Fouled and polluted manhood's opening bloom And then the forum's strife my restless wits Enthralled and the keen lust of victory Drove me to many a bitterness and fall Twice held I in fair cities of renown The reins of office and administered To good men justice and to guilty doom At length the Emperor's will beneficent Exalted me to military power And to the rank that borders on the throne The years are speeding onward and gray hairs Of eld have mantled o'er my brows And Salia's consulship from memory dies What frost bound winters since that natal year Have fled.

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