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186-190; XVII. 147-150; XXVI. ; 31-33. , L' horticulture antique et le poeme de Columelle, Paris, 1918. ), Goteborg, 1926. , Der Feldbau der Romer, Frankfurt, 1900. ), Berlin, 1884. , De Columella Vergilii Imitatore, Jena, 1882. Semple, Ellen C, " Ancient Mediterranean Agriculture," Agricultural History, II (1928). 61-98, 129-156. Storr-Best, Lloyd, Varro on Farming (Bohn Library), London, 1912. , De L. lunio Moderato Columella Vergilii Imitatore, Triest, 1894. , De Columella et Varrone Rerum Rusticarum Scriptoribus, Breslau, 1911.
2. 9). <* Lit. " Cf. Cicero, De Amic. 5. 19, pingui crassaque . Minerva; Horace, Serm. II. 2. 3, rusticus . Minerva.
Nollent 8 A et plerique. tentare plerique, edd. ante J^undstrom. , Lundstrom speravimus vulgo * culmen AR, edd. ante Lundstrom. * Schneider ex Cic. Oral. 1. »» mn. S. * tardatum plerique : : R : R •' : Nam 22 SA et R BOOK I, PREFACE 27-30 varieties of figs as well as to rose-gardens, when even greater things are negldcted by most people even though they have now begun to be, for many farmers, not the least part of their revenue ? For 28 meadows and willow-thickets, broom-plants and reeds, though they require little attention, still require some.