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CHAP.

80. The poppy called tithymalon, or paralion: three remedies
81. Porcillaca or purslain, otherwise called peplis: twenty-five re-

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84. The mallow called malope: thirteen remedies. The mallow
called malache one remedy. The mallow called althæa or
plistolochia: fifty-nine remedies

85. Wild lapathum or oxalis, otherwise called lapathum canther-
inum, or rumex : one remedy. Hydrolapathum: two reme-
dies. Hippolapathum: six remedies. Oxylapathum: four
remedies

86. Cultivated lapathum: twenty-one remedies. Bulapathum: one
remedy..

87. Mustard, the three kinds of it: forty-four remedies
88. Adarca: forty-eight remedies

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89. Marrubium or prasion, otherwise linostrophon, philopais, or
philochares: twenty-nine remedies

90. Wild thyme eighteen remedies..

91. Sisymbrium or thymbræum : twenty-three remedies

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94. Meum, and meum athamanticum: seven remedies

95. Fennel twenty-two remedies

96. Hippomarathron, or myrsineum: five remedies..
97. Hemp: nine remedies..

98. Fennel-giant: eight remedies

99. The thistle or scolymos: six remedies

100. The composition of theriaca..

BOOK XXI.

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AN ACCOUNT OF FLOWERS, AND THOSE USED FOR CHAPLETS MORE

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3. Who invented the art of making garlands: when they first re-
ceived the name of "corollæ," and for what reason
4. Who was the first to give chaplets with leaves of silver and
gold. Lemnisci: who was the first to emboss them

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5. The great honour in which chaplets were held by the ancients ib.
6. The severity of the ancients in reference to chaplets..
7. A citizen decked with flowers by the Roman people.
8. Plaited chaplets. Needle-work chaplets. Ñard-leaf chaplets.

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Silken chaplets

ib.

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9. Authors who have written on flowers. An anecdote relative to
Queen Cleopatra and chaplets

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14. How the several varieties of the violet are respectively produced,
grown, and cultivated. The three different colours of the

violet. The five varieties of the yellow violet..

317

15. The caltha. The scopa regia..

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27. Shrubs, the blossoms of which are used for chaplets

ib.

28. Shrubs, the leaves of which are used for chaplets

ib.

29. The melothron, spiræa, and origanum. The cneorum or cassia;
two varieties of it. The melissophyllum or melittæna. The
melilote, otherwise known as Campanian garland.

330

30. Three varieties of trefoil: the myophonum..

ib.

32. Conyza ..

31. Two varieties of thyme. Plants produced from blossoms and not
from seed
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332

33. The flower of Jove. The hemerocalles. The helenium. The
phlox. Plants in which the branches and roots are odoriferous 333
34. The abrotonum. The adonium: two varieties of it.

Plants

which reproduce themselves. The leucanthemum..

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ib.

335

ib.

35. Two varieties of the amaracus

36. The nyctegreton, or chenamyche, or nyctalops
37. Where the melilote is found

38. The succession in which flowers blossom: the spring flowers.
The violet. The chaplet anemone or phrenion. The herb
œnanthe. The melanthium. The helichrysos. The gladi-
olus. The hyacinth ..

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39. The summer flowers-the lychnis the tiphyon. Two varieties
of the pothos. Two varieties of the orsinum. The vincaper-
vinca or chamædaphne-a plant which is an ever-green

40. The duration of life in the various kinds of flowers

41. Plants which should be sown among flowers for bees. The
cerintha

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42. The maladies of bees, and the remedies for them
43. The food of bees

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44. Poisoned honey, and the remedies to be employed by those who

have eaten it

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47. Beehives, and the attention which should be paid to them
48. That bees are sensible of hunger

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49. The method of preparing wax. The best kinds of wax. Punic wax.
50. Plants which grow spontaneously the use made of them by
various nations, their nature, and remarkable facts connected
with them. The strawberry, the tamnus, and the butcher's
broom. The batis, two varieties of it. The meadow parsnip.
The hop

51. The colocasia
52. The cichorium. The anthalium or anticellium, or anthyllum.
The œtum.
The hypochoeris. The caucalis. The anthriscum. The scan-
dix. The tragopogon. The parthenium or leucanthes, ama-
racus, perdicium, or muralis. The trychnum or strychnum,
halicacabum, callias, doryenion, manicon, peritton, neuras,
morio, or moly. The corchorus. The aphace. The acyno-
pos. The epipetron. Plants which never flower.
which are always in flower

The arachidna. The aracos. The candryala.

53. Four varieties of the cnecos

Plants

54. Plants of a prickly nature: the erynge, the glycyrrhiza, the tri-
bulus, the anonis, the pheos or stobe, and the hippophaes

55. Four varieties of the nettle. The lamium and the scorpio
56. The carduus, the acorna, the phonos, the leucanthos, the chal-
ceos, the cnecos, the polyacanthos, the onopyxos, the helxine,
the scolymos, the chamæleon, the tetralix, and acanthice mas-
tiche

57. The cactos: the pternix, pappos, and ascalias
58. The tribulus: the anonis

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59. Plants classified according to their stems: the coronopus, the an-
chusa, the anthemis, the phyllanthes, the crepis, and the lotus ib.
60. Plants classified according to their leaves. Plants which never
lose their leaves: plants which blossom a little at a time: the
heliotropium and the adiantum, the remedies derived from
which will be mentioned in the following Book

61. The various kinds of eared plants: the stanyops; the alopecuros;
the stelephurus, ortyx, or plantago; the thryallis

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62. The perdicium. The ornithogale
63. Plants which only make their appearance at the end of a year.
Plants which begin to blossom at the top. Plants which begin
to blossom at the lower part

61. The lappa, a plant which produces within itself. The opuntia,
which throws out a root from the leaf

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65. The iasione. The chondrylla. The picris, which remains in
flower the whole year through.

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66. Plants in which the blossom makes its appearance before the

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67. The cypiros. The thesion

stem. Plants in which the stem appears before the blossom.
Plants which blossom three times in the year.

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68. The asphodel, or royal spear. The anthericus or albucus

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69. Six varieties of the rush: four remedies derived from the cypiros 361
70. The cyperos: fourteen remedies. The cyperis. The cypira
71. The holoschoenus

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72. Ten remedies derived from the sweet-scented rush, or teuchites
73. Remedies derived from the flowers before mentioned: thirty-two
remedies derived from the rose

74. Twenty-one remedies derived from the lily
75. Sixteen remedies derived from the narcissus
76. Seventeen remedies derived from the violet

77. Seventeen remedies derived from the bacchar. One remedy de-

rived from the combretum

ib.

ib.

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78. Eight remedies derived from asarum

ib.
369

79. Eight remedies derived from gallic nard

ib.

80. Four remedies derived from the plant called "phu”

370

81. Twenty remedies derived from saffron

ib.

82. Syrian crocomagna: two remedies

ib.

83. Forty-one remedies derived from the iris: two remedies derived
from the saliunca

371

84. Eighteen remedies derived from the polium

372

85. Three remedies derived from the holochrysos. Six remedies de-
rived from the chrysocome

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86. Twenty-one remedies derived from the melissophyllum
87. Thirteen remedies derived from the melilote

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88. Four remedies derived from the trefoil
89. Twenty-eight remedies derived from thyme
90. Four remedies derived from the hemerocalles
91. Five remedies derived from the helenium ..
92. Twenty-two remedies derived from the abrotonum
93. One remedy derived from the leucanthemum. Nine remedies
derived from the amaracus

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96. Eleven remedies derived from the helichrysos
97. Eight remedies derived from the hyacinth
98. Seven remedies derived from the lychnis
99. Four remedies derived from the vincapervinca
100. Three remedies derived from butcher's broom
101. Two remedies derived from the batis ..
102. Two remedies derived from the colocasia
103. Six remedies derived from the anthyllium or anthyllum
104. Eight remedies derived from the parthenium, leucanthes, or

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105. Eight remedies derived from the trychnum or strychnum, hali-
cacabum, callias, dorycnion, manicon, neuras, morio, or moly 384
106. Six remedies derived from the corchorus

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107. Three remedies derived from the cnecos

108. One remedy derived from the pesoluta

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109. An explanation of Greek terms relative to weights and measures ib.

BOOK XXII.

THE PROPERTIES OF PLANTS AND FRUITS.

1. The properties of plants

2. Plants used by nations for the adornment of the person
3. Employment of plants for dyeing.
sagmen, verbena, and clarigatio

389

ib.

Explanation of the terms

390

4. The grass crown: how rarely it has been awarded

392

5. The only persons that have been presented with this crown

393

6. The only centurion that has been thus honoured

394

7. Remedies derived from other chaplet plants..

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12. Two varieties of the tribulus: twelve remedies

13. The stube or pheos..

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9. The eryngium, called centum capita: thirty remedies

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14. Two varieties of the hippophaes: two remedies
15. The nettle: sixty-one remedies

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18. The leucacantha, phyllos, ischias, or polygonatos: four remedies ib.
19. The helxine: twelve remedies

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20. The perdicium, parthenium, urceolaris, or astercum: eleven re-
medies..

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21. The chamæleon, ixias, ulophonon, or cynozolon; two varieties of
it: twelve remedies

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24. The pseudoanchusa, echis, or doris: three remedies
25. The onochilon, archebion, onochelis, rhexia, or enchrysa: thirty
remedies

410

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26. The anthemis, leucanthemis, leucanthemum, chamamelum, or me-
lanthium; three varieties of it: eleven remedies

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29. The heliotropium, helioscopium, or verrucaria: twelve remedies.
The heliotropium, tricoccum, or scorpiuron: fourteen remedies 413
30. The adiantum, callitrichos, trichomanes, polytrichos, or saxi-
fragum; two varieties of it: twenty-eight remedies

31. The picris: one remedy. The thesion: one remedy..

32. The asphodel: fifty-one remedies
33. The halimon: fourteen remedies

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