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THAT Herodotus, that most famous writer of history, was wrong in saying 1 that the pine alone of all trees never puts forth new shoots from the same roots, after being cut down; and that he stated as an established fact 2 about rainwater and snow a thing which had not been sufficiently investigated.

1 vi. 37.

2 ii. 22.

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