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Wheelock answer is : Iussit eos defendere rem publicam periculo. I wrote: Iussit eos rem publicam periculo defendere. Does my translation contain ambiguity because two accusatives are placed next to each other? Also what about: Eos rem publicam periculo defendere iussit?
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