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P. Ovidius Naso, Metamorphoses (ed. Brookes More), Book 15, line 335 (search)
of flame and fire are made by those concussions; when the winds are calmed the caverns will, of course, be cool again. “Or if some black bitumen catches fire or yellow sulphur burns with little smoke, then surely, when the ground no longer gives such food and oily nutriment for flames and they in time have ravined all their store, their greedy nature soon will pine with death— it will not bear such famine but depart and, when deserted, will desert the place. “'Tis said that Hyperboreans of Pallene can cover all their bodies with light plumes by plunging nine times in Minerva's marsh. But I cannot believe another tale: that Scythian women get a like result by having poison sprinkled on their limbs. “If we give any credit to the things proved by experience, we can surely know whatever bodies are decayed by time or by dissolving heat are by such means changed into tiny animals—Come now, bury choice bullocks killed for sacrifice, and it is well known by experience that the flower-gath