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12, which ensures its position. 49. 1 is from Suidas; but its assignment to this book depends on the marginal sentence opposite 50. 7 in F: τὸ δὴ λεγόµενον, τρέχωσι τὴν ἐσχάτην. Its context remains obscure. ) refers it to 'the peaceful policy which Antiochus tried to pursue towards the Greek cities'. But the sentence reads like an extract from a speech urging a peaceful policy because severity will invite an appeal to Rome; and the words τὴν πόλιν suggest a particular city. The most likely context is the Lampsacene reply to Antiochus' envoys (cf.
91. 2, xxxiv. II. I-7; Livy, xxvi. r6. 7· The black earth of the Campanian plain, derived from weathered tufa (terra pulla, Col. i, praef. 24, ii. ro. 18; Pliny, Nat. h£st. xvii. 25), is highly praised as ideal for agriculture (Cic. de leg. agr. ii. 76; Virg. Georg. ii. 217-25). It gave three or even four harvests a year (Pliny, Nat. hist. xviii. rn, 191; Strabo, v. 242), producing especially spelt (far, Ua, Varro, Rust. i. 2. 6; Pliny, Nat. hist. xviii. ), used for making groats (alica), wheat (Pliny, Nat.
FGH 566 F 9· 47-51). According to lustinus (xx. 4· r~s) the men of Croton were tempted to give themselves up to luxury after the defeat on the Sagra, but Pythagoras' arrival (about 530: ii. ) saved them; this will be from Timaeus who (FGH 566 F 44) dates the eventual onset of Tpv,P~ in Croton to just after the destruction of Sybaris. However, the 1pv,Pfj of the Magna Graecia cities is a To1ros (cf. Athen. xli. <> it the direct result of power (Dunbabin, 319). See Passerini, Stud. it. 1934. 48-49· 2.
Advanced configurations for very large transport airplanes by J. H. McMasters, I. M. Kroo