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Der Hund
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Giessen, G.F. Heker, n.d
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line 6 underline "Varro"
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line 8 underline "Columella"
lines 6—9 annotation In Athenaeum “Rei Rusticae Scriptores”.

lines 10—12 annotation Ears very variable
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lines 17—14 annotation Lungs of swift dogs very ‹› large
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lines 5—1 annotation lines 10—8 nipples latter more rare
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line 13 X [`bookmark']

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lines 18—15 annotation X Spaniel .

lines 3—1 annotation Carriage Dog
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line 9 annotation Poodle
line 17 underline "Seiden"
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line 11 X [`bookmark']

line 10 annotation our Bull Dog —
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lines 7—5 annotation Claw on hinder feet.
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lines 15—16 annotation Pointer
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line 4 underline "Pferde, Hunde"
lines 4—1 annotation Animals of Corsica
     oddy speckled

from End Note annotation 39    Animals of Corsica speckled

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top-marginline 11 annotation talks of impossibility of recognisg dogs of Ancients.
from End Note annotation 48 Dogs of ancients
     [illegible word] of Dogs in [illegible word] countries

lines 14—19 score
lines 12—20 annotation doubts whethr thy could have been kept pure.

line 19 underline "400 Jahre vor"
lines 15—7 score
lines 15—9 annotation 2 kinds of dogs described

lines 7—4 score in dark pencil
line 7 underline in dark pencil "350"
line 6 underline in dark pencil "lines 3—4"

line 21 underline "ex ... cane"
lines 14—29 annotation I see tht ‹ancients› «Aristotle» attributed Dogs to crosses with wild animals ! ⸮ whether correctly may be doubted.

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line 24 underline "ersten Jahrhundert"
lines 22—20 underline "Medi ... Ancones"
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lines 7—5 score
lines 10—6 annotation 2d century
     many breeds

line 19 annotation Charlemagne
line 15 underline "Molossus"
line 15 annotation Blood Hound