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1 This is almost, but not quite, universally the case.
2 In Spain. See B. iii. c. 4, B. iv. c. 34, and B. ix. c. 2. The locality alluded to is now unknown.
3 A name also given by the ancients to amber. Artificial "electrum," or gold alloyed with silver, was known in the most ancient times.
4 The gold found by sinking shafts. See Chapter 21.
5 See B. ix. c. 65.
6 Od. B. iv. 1. 71.
7 Pliny no doubt has been imposed upon in this instance.
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