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2 naporum R, edd. ante Schn., qui naporum legit, napi defendit in not.

3 raparumque Lundstrōm, cum SA et R aliquot ut videtur.

4 meliorescit M.

5 etiam om. edd. ante Lundstrōm. a I.e. Feb. 24th or 25th. b Cf. Palladius, VIII. 2. 2. Pliny remarks that the Greeks (N.H. XVIII. 129) and medical men (N.H. XIX. 75) distinguished between "male" (round) and "female" (elongated) turnips or navews, the original sex and change of nature being determinable by thickness of sowing and quality of soil.




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