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2 "Substitute" for beryl.
3 "Two-formed," or "of a double nature." A grand acquisition, as Ajasson remarks, for the worshippers of Priapus. See a similar characteristic in the Eryngium, our Eringo, B. xxii. c. 9: also Mandragora, B. xxv. c. 94, Note 70.
4 "Stone of Dionysus" or "Bacchus."
5 "Dragon stone."
6 The serpent so called—"draco." See B. xxix. c. 20.
7 A story invented, no doubt, by the sellers of some kind of precious stone.
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