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1 See B. xxvii. c. 52. Sprengel thinks that this is the Neottia spiralis of Schwartz; but Fée is of opinion that it has not hitherto been identified.
2 Probably the Erica arborea of Linnæus, or "heath" in its several varieties.
3 Granum Cnidium. The shrub is the Daphne Cnidium of Linnæus.
4 The "thyme-olive."
5 The "ground olive," or "small olive." Dioscorides makes a distinction between these two last; and Sprengel has followed it, naming the last Daphne Cnidium, and the first Daphne Cneorum.
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