Talk:Camilla (mythology)

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  • Made change based on the passage:

but bared her virgin breast to meet the brunt of battle, and her speed left even the winds behind; for she would skim an untouched harvest ere the sickle fell, nor graze the quivering wheat-tops as she ran; or o'er the mid-sea billows' swollen surge so swiftly race, she wet not in the wave her flying feet. from burning grass to ungrazed wheat. not sure where the burning grass came from. — Preceding unsigned comment added by MrMelonhead (talkcontribs) 02:48, 24 March 2013 (UTC)

Yeah, I have no idea where the flaming wheat came from.  davidiad { t } 03:32, 24 March 2013 (UTC)