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 exigunt opera; nec rursus faciendi aut impendendi 1 [p. 28] voluntas profuerit sine arte, quia caput est in omni negotio nosse quid agendum sit, maximeque in agri cultura, in qua voluntas facultasque citra scientiam saepe magnam dominis adferunt iacturam, cum imprudenter facta opera frustrantur impensas.
1 quoniam Lundstrōm: quoniam (in abbr.) vel quom vel cum codd..: quandoquidem vulgo. a A mythical character, said to have been the founder of agriculture and the inventor of the plough (Servius on Vergil, Georg. I. 163). b Son of Apollo and the nymph Cyrene, said to have taught mankind the management of bees and cattle and the cultivation of the olive. e Writers on husbandry, often cited by Varro and Columella: i.e. Cn. Tremelius Scrofa (cf. Varro, R.R. I. 2. 9-10, II. 4); the
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