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1 praeducitur c.

2 resecta SAacM, vett. edd. a I.e. missing vines must be replaced. b The mergus, " layer," was so called because, without being separated from the nurse vine, it " dives " (mergit) into the ground and then reappears, like a diving bird (mergus). Cf. Palladius, III. 16. 1, Mergum dicimus, quoties velut arcus supra terram relinquitur, alia parte vitis infossa. c I.e. the bend under ground. d Closer to the parent vine.


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