The Natural History of Pliny, Volume 5

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G. Bell & Sons, 1856 - Natural history
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Contents

Cedrides ten remedies
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twentythree remedies
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twentyfour remedies
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Storax ten remedies
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seventeen remedies
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five remedies
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The terebinth six remedies
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eight remedies
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ten remedies
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six remedies
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twentytwo remedies
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twentythree remedies
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sixteen remedies
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two remedies
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one remedy
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oné remedy
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twentytwo remedies
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twentyfive remedies
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five remedies
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one remedy
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eight remedies
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sixteen remedies
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five remedies
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twentyone remedies
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fourteen remedies The willow of Ameria one remedy
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thirtythree remedies
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one remedy
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five remedies
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three re medies
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twentynine remedies
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one remedy
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three remedies
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eight remedies
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one remedy
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thirtynine remedies
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five remedies
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two remedies The chamæcissos two remedies The smilax three remedies The clematis eighteen remedies
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nineteen remedies
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three remedies
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five remedies
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one remedy
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eight remedies Stomatice
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nine remedies
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eleven remedies
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two remedies
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thirteen remedies The apocynum two observations upon
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eighteen remedies
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The seed called cachrys
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seven remedies
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two remedies
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two remedies
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eleven remedies
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four remedies
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two remedies The acanthion one remedy
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eighteen remedies
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one remedy
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eight remedies
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two remedies The pyracantha one remedy
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ten remedies
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one remedy The yew one property belonging to
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fiftyone remedies
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three remedies
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The Idæan bramble
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The rhamnos two varieties of it five remedies
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eighteen remedies
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two remedies
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two remedies
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sixteen re medies
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five remedies
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six remedies
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eight remedies
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one remedy
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one remedy
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five remedies The chamæcyparissos two remedies The ampeloprason six remedies The stachys
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three re medies
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three remedies
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The clematis echites or lagine
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two re medies
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Different opinions on the dracontium
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thirteen remedies
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two remedies
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three remedies
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seven remedies
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four remedies
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seven remedies
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three remedies
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Coracesta and callicia
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one remedy
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six remedies
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The aglaophotis or marmaritis The achæmenis or hippo phobas The theobrotion or semnion The adamantis The arianis The therionarca The æthiopis ...
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The eriphia
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one remedy The lactoris one remedy The militaris one remedy
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five remedies
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one remedy
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one remedy
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two remedial properties
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fortysix remedies
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three remedies ib 41 Crnoglossos three remedies
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three remedies
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two remedies
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two remedies
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six remedies
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The elaphoboscon
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twentytwo remedies
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The tragopogon or come
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The employment of these plants for injuries inflicted by serpents
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five remedies
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thirtythree remedies
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remedies
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one remedy
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The sparganion one remedy
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two remedies
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twelve remedies
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three remedies
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six remedies
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one remedy ib 73 Phlomos or verbascum fifteen remedies ib 74 The phlomis one remedy The lychnitis or thryallis ib 75 The thelyphonon or scorpi...
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one remedy ib 77 The alisma damasonion or lyron seventeen remedies
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six remedies
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three remedies
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one remedy ib 82 The pericarpum two varieties of it two remedies ib 83 Remedies for diseases of the head Nymphæa heraclia two remedies
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three remedies
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ten remedies ib 88 The lonchitis four remedies
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one remedy
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Remedies for diseases of the eyes
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six remedies ib 93 The ægilops two remedies
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thirteen remedies
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one dy
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one remedy ib 98 The first kind of capnos known also as chickens foot one re medy
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one remedy
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ib 12
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CHAP Page 16 The arction or arcturum five remedies
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The asclepias two remedies
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Ascyron and ascyroïdes three remedies ib 21 The apbaca three remedies
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Alum also called symphyton petræon fourteen remedies
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Alga rufa or red seaweed one remedy
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Absinthium marinum or seriphum
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The ballotes melamprasion or black leek three remedies
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Bryon maritimum five remedies ib 34 The bupleuron one remedy 35 The catanance one observation upon it The cemos one ob
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The calyx three remedies
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The cirsion one remedy
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The cratægonon two kinds of it eight remedies ib 41 The crocodileon two remedies
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The chrysolachanum two varieties of it three remedies Co agulum terræ two remedies
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ib 47 The dipsacos two remedies
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The dryopteris two remedies 213
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Empetros by our people called calcifraga four remedies
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The enneaphyllon two remedies
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Femur bubulum or ox thigh
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The glaux one remedy
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Glaucion three remedies Diaglaucia two remedies ib 60 The glycyside pæonia or pentorobos twenty remedies
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Æthiopis four remedies
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two remedies
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i3 ib 269
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ib ib 62 ib 63 ib 64 67 68
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BOOK XXVIII
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Remedies derived from
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Whether words are possessed of any healing efficacy
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That prodigies and portents may be confirmed or made of no effect
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A description of various usages
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Properties of the human spittle
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Remedies derived from the wax of the human ear 9 Remedies derived from the human hair teeth
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Remedies derived from the human blood the sexual con 286 288 291 ib gress
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Various reveries and devices of the magicians
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Remedies derived from the human excretions
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Remedies depending upon the human will
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Remedies derived from sneezing 16 Remedies derived from the sexual congress
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Various other remedies
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Remedies derived from the urine
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Indications of health derived from the urine 20 Fortyone remedies derived from the female
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Remedies derived from womans milk
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Remedies derived from the spittle of females 23 Facts connected with the menstrual discharge
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the elephant eight
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Fifteen remedies derived from the chamæleon
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Twelve remedies derived from cheese
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Blood
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15
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Remedies for diseases of the head and for alopecy
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Remedies for diseases of the face
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Remedies for tenesmus tapeworm and affections of the colon
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CHAP Page 66 Remedies for fevers
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Remedies for melancholy lethargy and phthisis
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Remedies for dropsy 69 Remedies for erysipelas and for purulent eruptions
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Remedies for sprains indurations and boils ib 71 Remedies for burns The method of testing bullglue seven remedies derived from it
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Remedies for affections of the sinews and for contusions
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Remedies for bæmorrhage ib 74 Remedies for ulcers and carcinomatous sores
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Remedies for the itch
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Remedies for female diseases
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Remedies for the diseases of infants
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Provocatives of sleep
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Remarkable facts relative to animals
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BOOK XXIX
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Particulars relative to Hippocrates Date of the origin of clinical practice and of that of Iatraleptics
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Particulars relative to Chrysippus and Erasistratus ib 4 The Empiric branch of medicine
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Who first practised as a physician at Rome and at what period
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Evils attendant upon the practice of medicine
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Thirtyfive remedies derived from wool
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Thirtytwo remedies derived from woolgrease
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Twentytwo remedies derived from eggs
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Serpents eggs
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BOOK XXV
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Remedies derived from the dog
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Remedies classified according to the different maladies Reme dies for injuries inflicted by serpents Remedies derived from mice
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Remedies derived from bugs
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Particulars relative to the asp
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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE WILD PLANTS
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BOOK XXX
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The various branches of magic
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Remedies for affections of the throat
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CHAP Page 18 Remedies for pains in the side and in the loins
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Remedies for dysentery
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bowels
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Remedies for urinary calculi and affections of the bladder
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Remedies for diseases of the fundament and of the generative organs
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Remedies for gout and for diseases of the feet
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Remedies for ovils which are liable to affect the whole body
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Remedies for cold shiverings
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Remedies for paralysis
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Remedies for epilepsy
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Remedies for jaundice
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Remedies for phrenitis ib 30 Remedies for fevers
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Remedies for dropsy
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Remedies for erysipelas ib 33 Remedies for carbuncles
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Remedies for maladies of the nails and fingers
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Remedies for broken bones
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Applications for cicatrizations and for the cure of morphew
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Remedies for female complaints
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Methods of facilitating delivery
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Methods of preserving the breasts from injury
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Various kinds of depilatories
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Provocatives of sleep
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Remedies for phthiriasis and for various other affections
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Peculiarities relative to certain animals
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BOOK XXXI
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The different properties of waters
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Remedies derived from water
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Waters productive of fecundity Waters curative of insanity
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Deadly waters Poisonous fishes
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ib 19 ib ib 20
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The method of conveying water
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Six remedies derived from moss Remedies derived from sand
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twenty remedies Salsugo two remedies
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CHAP Page
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When the wild plants were first brought into
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The nature of lichen
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Ageraton four remedies
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What diseases are attended with the greatest pain Names
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The changes effected by Asclepiades in the practice of medicine
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Androsæmon or ascyron six remedies
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four remedies
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The condurdum
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Aparine omphalocarpos or philanthropos three remedies
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The achilleos sideritis panaces heracleon millefolium or scopæ
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The ephedra or anabasis three remedies
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five remedies
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