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1 The "lead" of the moderns.
2 Mr. T. Wright, the eminent antiquarian, is of opinion that the extensive Roman lead mines at Shelve, in Shropshire, are here alluded to. See the Illustrated London News, Oct. 4, 1856.
3 Probably from Ovetum, the modern Oviedo.—B.
4 So called from the island of Capraria. See B. iii. cc. 11, 12, and B. vi. c. 37.
5 See B. iii c 12.
6 Not in Bætica, as Brotero remarks, but in Lusitania, or Portugal; the modern Santarem.—B.
7 See Introduction to Vol. III.
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