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3 mulsa ac: mulsia SA.

4 Scaudiana scripsi: Scaidianam S: Gaudiana Aac.

5 pedusiana SAac.

6 struthia Aac: strati S.

7 hiemem edd. ex libro de Arboribus 25, 1: essem SA: messem ac.

8 mororum edd. ex libro de Arboribus l.c.: malorum SA. a From Crustumium in Etruria. b From Signia in Latium. c So called, according to Pliny (N.H. XV. § 55) because they are ripe at the time of the barley-harvest. d So called from the person who introduced it (Pliny, l.c; Cato, R.R., VII. 3). e Probably called after a member of the gens Naevia, who perhaps also introduced the Naevian olive (Book XII. 50. 1). f Called after M. Favonius, an imitator of Cato (Cicero, Att. I. 14. 5). g From Laterium near Arpinum, where Q. Cicero had a villa (Cicero, Alt. XI. 1).

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