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2 naturali c.

3 quae spectandae sint qualitas in eo solo quod vineis destinaveris post posse inserunt SAc, et in rubr. M.

4 reperiamus S: repperiamus A.

5 eadem A.

6 generandi SA, vett. edd.

7 Curiatiae edd.: aequitiae SA: equitiae acM. a Pliny (N.H. VII. 33) mentions several cases of multiple births, including the famous sets of triplets, the Roman Horatii and the Alban Curiatii (Livy, I. 24-26). A woman in the Peloponnesus, he says, four times gave birth to quintu-



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