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1 Fée remarks, that the plough here described differs but little from that used in some provinces of France.
3 Gallia Togata. Rhætia is the modern country of the Grisons.
4 According to Goropius Becanus, from plograt, the ancient Gallic for a plough-wheel. Hardouin thinks that it is from the Latin "plaustra rati;" and Poinsinet derives it from the Belgic ploum, a plough, and rat, or radt, a wheel.
5 "Crates;" probably made of hurdles; see Virgil, Georg. i. 95.
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