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1 Martial, B. iv. Ep. 30, speaks of this being the case at the fishponds of Baiæ, where the Emperor's fish were in the habit of making their appearance when called by name.
2 A village of Caria, celebrated for its sanctuary of Zeus Stratios. Ælian, Hist. Anim. B. xii. c. 30, says that there was a spring of clear water, within the sanctuary, which contained fish with golden necklaces and rings.
3 "Inaures." He probably means ornaments suspended from the gills, a thing which, in the case of eels, might be done.
5 In B. xxxi. c. 22.
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