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4 sic vett. edd., Schn.: vincat (vincant a) modo superetur SAacM, Ald., Gesn.

5 Ea SAacM.

6 est in Aac, vett. edd.

7 vivida SAacM, Schn. in not., Sobel: uivida vel humida plerique.

8 et acinorum om. SA. a Highly praised by all authorities; but see especially Chap. 9, below, and Pliny, N.H. XIV. 21-22. Isidore (Orig. XVII. 5. 18) says that it is called Aminean quasi sine mineo, id est sine rubore, producing a white wine.

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