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1 He alludes to the mineral waters of Acqs or Dax on the Adour, in the French department of the Ariège. They are still highly esteemed.
2 The principal of which are those of Aigues-Chaudes, Aigues-Bonnes, Bagnéres-Adores, Cambo, Bagnéres, Baréges, Saint-Sauveur, and Cauteret,
3 Ajasson remarks that animals in all cases refuse to drink mineral waters.
4 He alludes to Neptune, Amphitrite, the Oceanides, Nereides, Tritons, Crenides, Limnades, Potamides, and numerous other minor divinities.
5 See B. iii. c. 9.
6 See B. iii. c. 7.
7 See B. iii. c. 5.
8 The mineral waters of Baiæ are still held in high esteem.
9 As to the identity of the "nitrum" of Pliny, see c. 46 of this Book.
10 Posides, a eunuch who belonged to the Emperor Claudius, according to Suetonius, c. 28.
11 There are still submarine volcanoes in the vicinity of Sicily, but the spot here referred to is now unknown.
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