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We have also another substantial witness for our purpose, Polidonius, who writ in a certain epistle, that Publius Rutilius Rufus was accustom'd to say, who has heard Donatius, that no Painter ever was found, who could finish that part of the Venus at [[deletion]] Cass [[/deletion]] ^ ^ [[addition]] Coss [[/addition]], which Apelles had left unfinished, (for they had no hope of [[deletion]] imitating [[/deletion]] [[addition]] coming up to [[/addition]] the beauty of the countenance in the rest of the body): so those things which Panatius had passed by, [[deletion]] & were not [[addition]] the beauty of which [[unclear]] [[/addition]] finished ^ could have been kept up [[/deletion]] an account of the excellency of those things which he had finish'd, no other person presumed to attempt.