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1 Sprengel identities it with the, Alisma Parnassifolium of Linnæus; but as that plant is not found in Greece, Sibthorp suggests the Alisma plantago of Linnæus, the Great water-plantain. It has no medicinal properties, though it was esteemed till very recent times as curative of hydrophobia.
2 "Capite thyrsi."
3 See B. ix. c. 72, and B. xxxii. c. 3.
4 In c. 6 of this Book.
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