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1 The Ficus sycamorus of Linnæus. It receives its name from being a fig-tree that bears a considerable resemblance to the "morus," or mulberry-tree.
2 This is not the case.
3 This appears to be doubtful, although, as Fée says, the fruit ripens but very slowly.
4 This, Fée says, is a fallacy
5 "Aliam" omanem." This reading seems to be very doubtful.
6 This wood was very extensively used in Egypt for making the outer cases, or coffins, in which the mummies were enclosed.
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