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2 sic Lundstrōm cum S (m. pr.) et R nonnullis: censebat in inspiciendo agro 8 (m. ait.) A et R nonnulli: censebat in emendo inspiciendo agro cod. Lips. Bibi. Comm. I.f. 13: c. i. e. inspiciendoque a. vulgo.

3 vicinam R: viam et aquam vicinam vett. edd: v. et a. et vicinum vulgo. a The substance of these words is found in Cato I. 2-3; but the passage as a whole bears a closer resemblance to Varro, R.R. I. 2. 8. b A legal expression. Cf. Varro, loc. cit., quorum si alterutrum decolat et nihilo minus quis vult colere, mente est captus adque agnatos et gentiles est deducendus. Under the Laws of the Twelve Tables the agnati (blood relatives on the father's side)

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