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3 hisdemque vel his denique R plerique.

4 de om. Sa.

5 sustinerentur A.

6 versari A2R, vett. edd.

7 sationem vel sartionem R. a " two-rowed." b The Sarmatians, says Pliny (N.H. XVIII. 100), lived chiefly on millet porridge, made with mare's milk or with blood drawn from the thigh of a horse; while the Ethiopians knew of no other grains than millet and barley. Panic was used by




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