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Carăbus

κάραβος, καράβιον). A coracle or boat made of wicker-work, and covered with rawhides. Caesar (B. C. i. 54) describes the carabus as used by him in Spain from having been seen by him in Britain. The subjoined illustration is taken from Valturius.

Carabus. (Valturius.)

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