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1 Plinius lib. XXVIII. cap. 3. sect. 14: Phthisi navigatio utilissima; longis morbis locorum mutatio; et lib. XXXI. cap. 6. sect. 33: Neque enim Aegyptus proper se petitur, sed proper longinquitatem navigandi. At lib. XXIV. cap. 6. sect. 19 ita scribit: Silvas eas dumtaxat, quae picis resinaeque gratia radantur, phthisicis, aut qui longa valetudine non recolligant vires; et illum coeli aera, plus, quam navigationem Aegyptiam, proficere, quam lactis herbidos per montium aestiva succos.

2 cf. Aph. V, 9; Coac. 431

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