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 Quare etiam nos in hoc genere arboris diligenter praecipere censuimus. Olearum, sicut vitium, plura genera esse arbitror, sed in meam notitiam decem omnino pervenerunt: Posia,1Licinia,2Sergia,3Nevia,4Culminia,5Orchis,6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 [p. 72]
7 quodque SAac.
8 posita SAac.
9 licia SAac.
10 Sergia SAac.
11 nevira S: nevi Aac.
12 culminia SA: eulmina ac.
13 orces SAa: orches c. a The MSS. readings of the names which follow have to be emended from the lists of olive-trees given by other authors, particularly Palladius (III. 18), who is obviously copying Columella. Whereas Columella says that he is going to give the names of ten kinds, nine only are named. To complete the number Schneider inserts Algiana as the second name, but he gives no indication of the source from which he derived this name. The meaningless culi, which in the MSS. precedes the last name, is possibly a corruption of the missing tenth name.
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