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[115b] and all the produce of trees which affords liquid and solid food and unguents,1 and the fruit of the orchard-trees, so hard to store, which is grown for the sake of amusement and pleasure,2 and all the after-dinner fruits3 that we serve up as welcome remedies for the sufferer from repletion,—all these that hallowed island, as it lay then beneath the sun, produced in marvellous beauty and endless abundance. And thus, receiving from the earth all these products, they furnished forth


1 Perhaps the olive, or coco-palm.

2 Perhaps the pomegranate, or apple (cf. Laws. 819 A, B).

3 Perhaps the citron.

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