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1 Which ended A.U.C. 586.
2 A. ii. s. 9, 1. 4. "Ego hine artoptam ex proxumo utendam peto." It is thought by some commentators, that the word used by Pliny here was, in reality, "Artoptasia," a female baker; and that he alludes to a passage in the Aulularia, which has now perished.
3 Which in Pliny's time signified "baker."
4 The Stipa tenacissima of Linnæus, Fée says; or else the Lygeum spartum of Linnæus.
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