MUSTUM

MUSTUM
apud Plautum in persa Aotu 1. Sc. 3.
Commisce mustum, struthea coluteaque appara,
Bene ut in scutris concaleat, et calamum inice.
Ubi mulsum alii legunt. Sed ex eo loco Plauti probare satagit Plin. l. 14. c. 13. laudatissima fuisse apud priscos vina odore condita: Mulsum autem per se bibebatur, absque aliorum odorum conditura; vinum siquidem erat et ipsum melle conditum. Adeoque mustum melius legitur. In hoc certe decoquebant ur cotonea mala et alii etiam odores eo ad iciebantur, de qua musti conditura omnino hîc Plautus agit. Vide Columellam l. 12. v. 19. et 41. οἶνον κυδωνίτην Graeci Vocant, qui ex mustio et cydoniis malis sic componebatur; et γλεῦκος in hac conditura nominant. Igitur mustum in scutris concalere ac fervere Plautus vult, cum strutheis malis; quae de genere sunt cydoniorum, sed pro ipsis hîc Cydoniis in genere ponuntur. Quid autem coluthea sint. quaerunt Viri docti. Salmas. mavult, strutheaque lutea, h. e. lutei seu aurei coloris: quibus et calamum addi iubet etc. Vide Salmas. modo dictum, ad Solin. p. 709. et 710. et supra Mulsum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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