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(Fiteuma acc. to Dyascorides.)
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Fiteuma Dyas. Folia habet similia structio sed minora semen multum et partusum radicem longam et tenuem et non in altum demersam.  
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Fiteuma Dyascorides Folia habet similia structio sed minora, semen multum et partusum radicem longam et tenuem et non in altum demersam.  
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<span style="color:#3CB371">Apparatus:</span>
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Fiteuma AC | Fireuma B efp {‘t’ misread as ‘r’} | Fiteuina? ''or'' Fiteuma j <br />
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structio ABC e | strutio p | strutõ ''or'' strutio j | strucio f  <br />
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partusum C | p''ar''- ''or'' p''er''tusum A efp | p''ar''- ''or'' p''er''tussũ B | ptusuʒ j <br />
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{tenuem} et ''om''. j  <br />
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non ''om''. B <br />
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altum AC | alto B efjp <br />
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demersam ABC f | dim''er''saʒ jp | diu''er''sam ''ms''. e  <br />
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{demersam} et cetera ''add''. jp
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<span style="color:#3CB371">Translation:</span>
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''Fiteuma'' according to Dyascorides has leaves similar to ''structio'' {"soap wort"}, but they are smaller, the fruit {Graece: καρπός /karpós/} are many and perforated, with a root that is long and thin and not sunk deep.
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<span style="color:#3CB371">Commentary:</span> <br />
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<span style="color:#3CB371">Botanical identification:</span>
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Revision as of 20:20, 23 December 2016

Fiteuma Dyascorides Folia habet similia structio sed minora, semen multum et partusum radicem longam et tenuem et non in altum demersam.


Apparatus:

Fiteuma AC | Fireuma B efp {‘t’ misread as ‘r’} | Fiteuina? or Fiteuma j
structio ABC e | strutio p | strutõ or strutio j | strucio f
partusum C | par- or pertusum A efp | par- or pertussũ B | ptusuʒ j
{tenuem} et om. j
non om. B
altum AC | alto B efjp
demersam ABC f | dimersaʒ jp | diuersam ms. e
{demersam} et cetera add. jp


Translation:

Fiteuma according to Dyascorides has leaves similar to structio {"soap wort"}, but they are smaller, the fruit {Graece: καρπός /karpós/} are many and perforated, with a root that is long and thin and not sunk deep.


Commentary:
Botanical identification:


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