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2 dein SA, Lundstrōm.

3 possit SAR, vett. edd.: possis Schn. in not., Lundstrōm: possunt vulgo.

4 infestantur R, Ald., Gesn., Schn. a Varro (R.R. I. 57. 2) speaks of the use of pits (sin) in Cappadocia and Thrace, and of straw-bottomed wells (putei) in certain sections of Spain. Wheat, he says, has been known to keep in this way for as long as fifty years, and millet for more than a hundred; cf. Pliny, N.H. XVIII. 306. The


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