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Cunilla apud Plinium habet species, una sativa que cunilla bubylla appellatur semen pulegii simile, quidam hanc panaceam falso vocant, est et alia cunilla appellata a nostris, a grecis origanum heracleoticum. tertium genus est eius que a grecis mascula a nostris cunillago vocatur odoris fetidi radicis limose folio aspero et cetera, et infra, alia que mollis vocatur pilosioribus ramis et aculeatis, trita mellis habet odorem digitis tactu eius coherentibus.


Cunilla ABCQR efgno | Cũilla D | Cunila Pliny

apud Plinium ABCDQR egnos | om. f

habet species ACDQR e | .iii. habet species B g | tres sunt species f | tres habet species nos

sativa ABCDQR efon | satina g

cunilla bubylla AD | cunilla bubyla CQR | cunilla bubula B fo | cunula bilbula e | cunilla bubycen g | amilla bubula s | Cunila … bubula Pliny

appellatur ACDQR efnos | appelatur B | om. g

semen ABCDQR efnos | om. gn

pulegii ABCDQR fnos | pullegii e | om. g | pulei Pliny

simile ... hanc ABCDQR efos | om. gn

panaceam ACDQR fos | pẽacẽ B | penaceӡ e | om. g | panacem n

cunilla appellata ACDQR g | ciruilacea apelata B | cunnulacea appellata e | cunilacea appellata fno | cunillacea appellata s | cunila gallinacea appellata Pliny

a nostris origanum ACDQR | a nostris a grecis vero origanum B | a nostris a grecis vero origanuӡ enos | a nostris, a grecis origanum f | a grecis very origanum g | nostris, Graecis origanum Pliny

heracleoticum ABCDQR egno | beracledticum f | erclheoticum s

tertium genus ABCDQR gno | Terciũ genus vero e | tertium est genus f | illegible word genus s

est eius ABCDQR egnos | om. f

mascula codd. | masclina o

cunillago ACQR efgo | cunilago BD n | cunlago s

fetidi ACDQR g | fedi B efnos | foedi Pliny

limose ABCDQR efgns | lignosae Pliny | linose o letter m added s.l.

aspero et cetera ABCDQR gno | aspero. deest etcetera in ef | adipero et cetera s

mollis ACDQR efgns | molis B | molos o

pilosioribus ACBDQR fgns | pillosioribus eo

ramis ABCDQR egnos | folliis ramis f

mellis ACDQR efgno | melis B

habet odorem ACDQR fgn | odorem habet B eos

coherentibus ABCDQR efgnos | cohaerescentibus Pliny

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Cunilla in Pliny has several kinds, a cultivated one called cunilla bubula {"ox-cunilla"}, with seed similar to pulegium {"pennyroyal"}, which some people call falsely panacea. And there is a second cunilla so called by our people {but by the Greeks} origanum heracleoticum. The third kind is the one that is called mascula {"male"} by the Greeks and by us cunillago; it has a root that smells fetid and is miry {but Pliny: "like wood"}, with rough leaves, etc.

And further down {Pliny says}: There is yet another cunilla, which is called mollis {"the soft one"}, with branches that are more hairy and thorny, and when crushed it has the smell of honey; on touch it makes the fingers stick together.

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