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" that useful plant ; it was naturalized in those countries, and at length carried into the heart of Spain and Gaul. Its usefulness, the little culture it requires, and the otherwise barren situations which it renders productive, quickly spread it over... "
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art - Página 218
por Joseph Dyer - 1859
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Herodotus, tr., with notes, by W. Beloe, Volumen3

Herodotus - 1821
...as the symbol. Two centuries after the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa were strangers to that useful plant: it was naturalized in those countries,...length carried into the heart of Spain, and Gaul. The timid errors of the ancients, in supposing that it required a certain degree of heat, and could...
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Three months passed in the mountains east of Rome, during ... 1819

Maria Callcott (lady.) - 1821
...climate of Italy, was not naturalized here till two centuries after the foundation of Koine * ; but its usefulness, the little culture it requires, and...otherwise barren situations which it renders productive, i(uieUv spread it over the western face of the Appenine. The suckers are removed * So- (tibUm's IVdiiu-...
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A key to the Revelation of St. John, Volumen1

Philip Allwood - 1829
...the symbol. Two centuries after the founda" tion of Rome, both Italy and Africa were stran" gers to that useful plant; it was naturalized in " those countries...length carried into the " heart of Spain and Gaul. The timid errors of " the ancients, that it required a certain degree of " heat, and could only flourish...
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Herodotus

Herodotus, William Beloe - 1831 - 489 páginas
...the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa were strangers to that useful plant: it was natoralized in those countries, and at length carried into the heart of Spain, and Gaul. The timid errors of the an. dents, in supposing that It required a certain degree of heat, and could...
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Vegetable Substances: Materials of Manufactures

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 456 páginas
...sidered as a symbol. Two centuries after the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa were strangers to that useful plant; it was naturalized in those countries,...at length carried into the heart of Spain and Gaul. The timid errors of the ancients, that it required a certain degree of heat and could only flourish...
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Vegetable Substances: Materials of Manufactures

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 456 páginas
...considereaas a symbol. Two centuries after the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa were strangers to that useful plant ; it was naturalized in those countries,...at length carried into the heart of Spain and Gaul. The timid errors of the ancients, that it required a certain degree of heat and could only flourish...
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Vegetable substances: materials of manufactures

Vegetable substances - 1833
...Sidered as a symbol. Two centuries after the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa were strangers to that useful plant; it was naturalized in those Countries,...length carried into the heart of •Spain and Gaul. The timid errors of the ancients, that it required a certain degree of heat and could ^mly flourish...
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Sacred philosophy of the seasons, Volumen3

Henry Duncan - 1836
...considered as a symbol. Two Centuries after the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa, were strangers to that useful plant. It was naturalized in those countries,...at length carried into the heart of Spain and Gaul. The timid error of the Ancients, that it required a certain degree of heat, and could only flourish...
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A treatise on diet

William Davidson (M.D.) - 1843 - 120 páginas
...calcareous soils, but not in elevated situations or at a distance from the sea. From its useful properties, the little culture it requires, and the otherwise barren situations which it renders productive, the olive has, in all ages, been considered the emblem of peace and plenty. The fruit or plum is smooth,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumen12

1838
...as the symbol. Two centuries after the foundation of Rome, both Italy and Africa were strangers to that useful plant; it was naturalized in those countries, and at length arrived into the heart of Spain and Gaul. The timid errors of the ancients, that it required a certain...
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