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1 Generally identified with the Anthericum or Hemerocallis liliastrum of Linnæus, the Savoy anthericum or Spider's-wort. M Fraäs says. however (Synopsis, p. 288), that that plant has not been found in Greece; and relying upon the description of Dioscorides, he prefers the Lloydia Græca, which grows commonly in Attica, the isles of Greece, and the Peloponnesus, as its synonym. It is found upon elevations of 1500 feet.
2 "White flower."
3 "White thorn."
4 Hence its name. See B. viii. c. 41, B. x. c. 95, and B. xi. cc. 24, 28, 29.
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