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1 rostratis ac: nostratibus SAR, vett. edd.

2 nubilarium Ald., Gesn., Schn.

3 solidibus SA.

4 traheam Lundström: trahere SAR: traham vulgo.

5 cuduntur SA, Schn.: tunduntur R, Lundström, et vulgo. a Cf. Columella on olives (XII. 52. 18): Plerique agricolae crediderunt, si sub tecto baca deponatur, oleum in tabulato grandescere; quod tam falsum est quam in area frumenta crescere. b Commentators are uncertain as to the nature and use of these implements. Festus (111 L) defines mergae as forks for lifting grain; so called because in the hands of the reaper they plunge into the grain just as diving birds (mergi) dive



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