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1 The Halieuticon, already mentioned in Chapter 5 of this Book.
2 At the town of Tomi, whither he was banished by Augustus Cæsar.
3 See B. ix. c. 24.
4 See B. ix. cc. 23, 77, and Chapters 31, 50, of this Book.
5 The same, probably, as the "iulis" mentioned in the preceding Chapter.
6 The "golden brow." The same as the "Aurata" or "dorade" of B. ix. c. 25, and Chapters 16 and 53 of this Book.
7 An unknown fish; the reading is doubtful.
8 The "goat-fish." It does not appear to have been identified.
9 Literally, the "black tail." See the preceding Chapter.
10 According to Rondelet, a fish resembling the Coracinus.
11 See B. ix. c. 23.
12 See B. ix. c. 25.
13 See B. ix. c. 47.
14 See B. ix. c. 42.
15 See B. ix. c. 27. Ajasson is of opinion that the "helops" is the Russian sturgeon, the "acipenser," the common sturgeon.
16 Resembling a "stake" in appearance. It has been suggested that this is the Esox sphyræna.
17 "Perna." Hardouin says that from the diminutive of this, "pernula," the modern word "pearl" is derived.
18 A sort of "tursio," Dalechamps says. See B. ix. c. 11.
19 See B. iii. c. 12.
20 See end of B. xix.
21 See end of B. viii.
22 See end of B. xii.
23 See end of B. xviii.
24 See end of B. xii.
25 See end of B. ix.
26 According to Suetonius, Fescennius Iacchus was a grammarian who taught in Cisalpine Gaul. See also B. xxxvii. c. 54.
27 See end of B. xxxi.
28 See end of B. v.
29 See end of B. xx.
30 See end of B. xxviii.
31 See end of B. xxx.
32 See end of B. xxxi.
33 See end of B. xxviii.
34 See end of B. ii.
35 See end of B. viii.
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