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1 Or "Œnanthinum." See B. xii. c. 61, and B. xv. c. 7.
2 Sec c. 30 of this Book.
3 Fée remarks, that a modern physician would dread to administer such a dose, rue being a very dangerous plant in its effects. He also remarks that it is doubtful whether Pliny is speaking throughout this Chapter of olive oil or of oil of œnanthe; and such is the fact, though most probably the latter is intended to be spoken of.
4 "Ptisanæ succo."
5 Fée thinks that it can have no such efficacy, whether it be olive oil or oil of œnanthe that is the subject of discussion.
6 "Acapni." See B. xi. c. 15.
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