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1 opima cM.

2 eum aM, Sobel: cum c, vett. edd.: eam SA: id vulgo.

3 qui in scripsi: quia in Sobel: frugifero quin SAac vett. edd.: frugiferoq; in M: frugiferum, quod in vulgo.

4 fuisse SAacM, Sobel.

5 sint SA: sunt acM, et vulgo.

6 solum om. Aac, et omnes ante Schn. a This special preparation of the ground, called pastinatio, consisted of deep digging or trenching. Ground so prepared was called pastinatum, pastinatio or pastinum. Palladius (II. 10. 1), like Columella below (Chap. 13), speaks of three kinds of trenching: complete trenching of the ground,



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