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2 lavare SA.

3 si om. R, edd. ante Lundström.

4 qui Gesn., Schn.

5 id est salutari om. R aliquot, Ald., Gesn., Schn.

6 faro (farao A) instare SA.

7 adportatas Warmington: adportata vel apportata R, edd.: adportare SA.

8 conditui R plerique, Ald, Gesn., Schn. a The ancient authorities frequently speak, for example, of dipping sheep as a preventive of scab. b Cf. Cato, 2. 4. c Sicilire is defined by Varro (R.R. I. 49. 2) as cutting with a sickle the tufts of grass which the mowers have passed over. d Not the regular pruning (putatio), but the removal of superfluous foliage to admit the light (conlucare, sublucare).

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