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01 - Book 16, Chapters 1-7: <i>Countries that have no trees; wonders connected with trees from the northern regions; the acorn oak; the civic crown; the origin of the presentation of crowns; persons presented with a crown of leaves; 13 varieties of the acorn; the beech</i>

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02 - Book 16, Chapters 8-15: <i>The other acorns; wood for fuel; the gall-nut; other productions on these trees; cachrys; the kermes berry; agaric; trees of which the bark is used; shingles</i>

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03 - Book 16, Chapters 16-23: <i>The pine; the pinaster; the peach-tree; the fir; the larch; the torch-tree; the yew; methods of making tar; methods by which thick pitch is prepared; how the resin called zopissa is prepared</i>

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04 - Book 16, Chapters 24-38: <i>Trees the wood of which is highly valued; four varieties of the ash; two varieties of the linden tree; ten varieties of the maple; bruscum; molluscum; three varieties of the box-tree; the natures of the various trees according to their localities; trees which grow on dry soil; division of trees into various species; trees which do not lose their foliage; the nature of the leaves which wither and fall; trees which have leaves of various colours; leaves which turn round every year; the care bestowed on the leaves of the palm; remarkable facts connected with leaves</i>

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05 - Book 16, Chapters 39-50: <i>The natural order of the production of plants; trees which never blosom; the juniper; the fecundation of trees; germination; the appearance of fruit; in what order trees blosom; at what period each tree bears fruit; the cornel; trees which bear no fruit; trees looked upon as ill-omened; trees whcih lose their fruit and flowers most readily; trees which are unproductive in certain places; the mode in which trees bear; trees that bear two crops in a year</i>

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06 - Book 16, Chapters 51-61: <i>Which trees become old with the greatest rapidity; trees which bear various products; differences in trees in respect of the trunks and branches; the branches of trees; the bark of trees; the roots of trees; trees which have grown spontaneously from the ground; how trees grow spontaneously; plants that will not grow in certain places; the cypress; that the earth often bears productions which it has never borne before</i>

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07 - Book 16, Chapters 62-69: <i>The ivy; twenty varieties of it; the smilax; water plants; the rush; 28 varieties of the reed; reeds used for arrows; flute reeds; the vine-dressers reed; the willow; eight varieties of it; trees in addition to the willow</i>

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08 - Book 16, Chapters 70-79: <i>Rushes; the elder; the bramble; the juices of trees; the veins and fibres of trees; the felling of trees; the opinion of Cato and the felling of timber; the size of trees; methods of obtaining fire from wood; trees which are proof against decay; historical facts connected with the durability of wood</i>

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09 - Book 16, Chapters 80-95 : <i>Varieties of the teredo; the woods used in building; carpenter's woods; woods united with glue; veneering; the age of trees; trees as old as the city; trees older than the city; trees planted by Agamemnon the first year of the Trojan war; trees planted at Argos by Hercules; trees which are the most short lived; trees that have been rendered famous; three varieties of the mistletoe; historical facts connected with the mistletoe; summary; Roman authors quoted; foreign authors quoted</i>

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10 - Book 17, Chapters 1-4 :<i> Trees that have been sold at enormous prices; the influence of weather upon trees; what soild are to be considered the best; the eight kinds of earth boasted of by the Gauls and Greeks</i>

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11 - Book 17, Chapters 5-13 :<i>The employment of ashes; manure; crops that tend to improve the land; the proper mode of using manure; the modes in which trees bear; plants which are propagated by seed; trees which never degenerate; propagation by suckers; propagation by slips and cuttings</i>

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12 - Book 17, Chapters 14-19 :<i> Seed-plots; the mode of propagating the elm; the holes for transplanting; the intervals to be left between trees; the nature of the shadow thrown by trees; the dropping of water from the leaves</i>

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13 - Book 17, Chapters 20-28: <i>Trees which grow but slowly; trees propagated from layers; grafting; inoculation or budding; the various kinds of grafting; grafting the vine; grafting by scutcheons; plants which grow from a branch; trees which grow from cuttings</i>

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14 - Book 17, Chapters 29-34:<i> The cultivation of the olive; cleaning and baring the roots; willow-beds; reed-beds; other plants that are cut for poles</i>

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15 - Book 17, Chapter 35: <i>The culture of the vine</i>

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16 - Book 17, Chapters 36-39 :<i> How grapes are protected; the diseases of trees; treatment of the diseases of trees</i>

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17 - Book 17, Chapters 40-47: <i>Methods of irrigation; remarkable facts connected with irrigation; incisions made in trees; caprification; errors that may be commited in pruning; the proper mode of manuring trees; medicaments for trees; summary; Roman authors quoted; foreign authors quoted</i>

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18 - Book 18, Chapters 1-7:<i> Taste of the ancients for agriculture; the first wreaths of corn at Rome; the jugerum of land; the price of corn; writers upon agriculture; on buying land; arrangements for a farmhouse</i>

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19 - Book 18, Chapters 8-17 :<i>Maxims of the ancients on agriculture; the different kinds of grains; the history of grain; spelt; wheat; barley; rice; polenta; tragum; amylum </i>

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20 - Book 18, Chapters 18-29: <i>Barley; arinca and other kinds of grain; winter wheat; wheat in Africa; sesame; the mode of grinding corn; millet; leaven; the method of making bread; when bakers were first introduced in Rome; alica</i>

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21 - Book 18, Chapters 30-45: <i>Leguminous plants; the bean; the chick-peas; the kidney-beans; the rape; the turnip; the lupine; the fitch; silicia; farrago; lucerne; the diseases of grain; the remedies for the diseases of grain</i>

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22 - Book 18, Chapters 46-53: <i>Crops sown in different soils; cultivations by various nations; various kinds of ploughs; the mode of ploughing; extreme fertility of soil; the manuring of land</i>

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23 - Book 18, Chapters 54-66: <i>How to acertain the quality of seed; how much grain requisite for a jugerum; the proper times for sowing; arrengement of the stars; the rising and setting of the stars; the epochs of the seasons; the proper time for winter sowing; work for each month; work for winter</i>

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24 - Book 18, Chapters 67-71: <i>Work for spring; hay-making; the summer solstice; causes of sterility; remedies against noxious influences</i>

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25 - Book 18, Chapters 72-77: <i>The harvest; the methods of storing corn; the vintage; the revolutions of the moon; the theory of winds; the laying out of lands</i>

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26 - Book 18, Chapters 78-90: <i>Prognostic derived from the sun; prognostics derived from the moon; prognostics derived from the stars; prognostics derived from thunder; prognostics derived from clouds; prognostics derived from animals; prognostics derived from quadrupeds; prognostics derived from plants; prognostics derived from food; summary; Roman authors quoted; foreign authors quoted</i>

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27 - Book 19, Chapters 1-9: <i>The nature of flax; how flax is sown; principal varieties of flax; the mode of preparing flax; linen made of asbestos; the nature of spartum; the mode of preparing spartum</i>

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28 - Book 19, Chapters 10-21:<i> The bulb eriophorus; misy; geranion; maspetum; magydaris; the pleasures of the garden; plants other than grain</i>

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29 - Book 19, Chapters 22-31:<i> Twenty different plants that grow in garden; cucumbers; gourds; turnips; radishes; parsnips; skirret; elecampagne; bulbs; the roots, flowers andf leaves of all these plants</i>

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30 - Book 19, Chapters 32-40: <i>Varieties of the onion; the leek; garlic; growth of plants; the nature of the various seeds; different kinds of plants; the nature of garden plants; endive; beet</i>

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31 - Book 19, Chapters 41-52: <i>Cabbages; wild and cultivated asparagus; thistles; rue; parsley; mint; olusatrum; caraway; lovage; dittander; gith</i>

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32 - Book 19, Chapters 53-62: <i>The poppy; wild thyme; the maladies of garden plants; the proper method of watering gardens; the juices and flavours of gaden herbs; piperitis; summary; Roman author quoted; foreign authors quoted</i>

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33 - Book 20, Chapters 1-14:<i> Introduction; remedies made from the wild cucumber; elaterium; anguine; the cultivated cucumber; pepones; the gourd; colocynthis; rape; turnips; wild radish; the cultivated radish; the parsnip</i>

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34 - Book 20, Chapters 15-29:<i> Remedies made from the wild parsnip; gingidion; the skirret; sile; elecampane; onions; cutlerk; garlic; the lettuce; hawk-weed; beet; endive</i>

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35 - Book 20, Chapters 30-45: <i>Remedies made from cichorium; seris; the cabbage; opinions of the Greeks; cabbage-sprouts; the sea-cabbage; the squill; bulbs; bulbine; garden asparagus; parsley; aplastrum</i>

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36 - Book 20, Chapters 46-55:<i> Remedies made from olusatrum; ocimum; rocket; nasturtium; rue; wild mint; mint; pennyroyal; wild pennyroyal</i>

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37 - Book 20, Chapters 56-73: <i>Remedies made from nep; cummin; ammi; caper; lovage; cunila bubula; piperitis; origanum; gith; anise; where the best anise is found</i>

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38 - Book 20, Chapters 74-86: <i>Remedies made from dill; white and black poppy; the wild poppy; purslain; coriander; orage; the mallow; wild lapathum; cultivated lapathum</i>

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39 - Book 20, Chapters 87-100: <i>Remedies made from mustard; marrubium; wild thyme; linseed; blite; meum; fennel; hemp; the thistle; the comoposition of thesiaca; summary; Roman authors quoted; foreign authors quoted</i>

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