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" Tuscany, the South of France, and the plains of Spain are the places of Europe in which the olive was first cultivated. The Tuscans were the first who exported olive oil largely, and thus it has obtained the name of Florence Oil : but the purest is said... "
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art - Página 217
por Joseph Dyer - 1859
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A description and history of vegetable substances used in the arts, and in ...

1829 - 422 páginas
...Athens, as seen toward the north-west from Mount Hymettus, appears entirely covered with olive-trees*." Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain,...cultivated. The Tuscans were the first who exported olive-oil largely, and thus it has obtained the name of Florence-oil; but the purest is said to^be...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of entertainment ...

1829
...Syria, and is easily reared in all parts of the Levant that are not apt to be visited by frosty winds. Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain,...cultivated. The Tuscans were the first who exported olive-oil largely, and thus it has obtained the name of Florence oil ; but the purest is said to be...
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A description and history of vegetable substances, used in the arts, and in ...

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain). - 1830 - 422 páginas
...Athens, as seen toward the north-west from Mount Hymettus, appears entirely covered with olive-trees*." Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain, are the places of Europe in which'the olive was first cultivated. The Tuscans were the first who exported olive-oil largely, and...
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Parley's Magazine, Volumen1

1833
...in many parts of the south of Europe. Where olives abound, they give much beauty to the landscape. Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain,...Europe in which the olive was first cultivated. The sweet oil of our tables is pressed from the olive. The growth of olives and the manufacture of the...
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The Trees of America, Native and Foreign: Pictorially and Botanically ...

Daniel Jay Browne - 1846 - 520 páginas
...towards the north-west from Mount Hymettus, it is said, appears entirely covered with olive-trees. Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain, are the places in Europe in which this species was first cultivated. The Tuscans were the first who exported oliveoil...
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The Youth's Galaxy

Obadiah Oldfellow - 1854 - 214 páginas
...in many parts of the soutli of Europe. Where olives abound, they give much beauty to the landscape. Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain,...Europe in which the olive was first cultivated. The sweet oil of our tables is pressed from the olive. The growth of olives and the manufacture of the...
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A History of the Vegetable Kingdom: Embracing the Physiology of Plants, with ...

William Rhind - 1857 - 720 páginas
...Athens, as seen toward the north-west from Mount Hymettus, appears entirely covered with olive trees." Tuscany, the south of France, and the plains of Spain,...Florence oil ; but the purest is said to be obtained from about Aix in France. The particular departments of France in which the olive is most successfully cultivated...
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The child's guide to knowledge, by a lady [F. Ward].

Fanny Ward - 1857 - 443 páginas
...in large quantities ? A. Salads and many other things. A. The Tuscans, and thus it has also gained the name of Florence oil; but the purest is said to be obtained from about Aix, in France. A. The Jews ; they also considered it a remedy against the bite of all venomous...
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The child's guide to knowledge, by a lady [F. Ward].

Fanny Ward - 1862
...What people first exported olive oil in large quantities ? A. The Tuscans, and thus it has also gained the name of Florence oil; but the purest is said to be obtained from about Aix, in France. Q. What people used the ceremony of washing the feet, and anointing the head...
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The Technologist. Ed. by P.L. Simmonds, Volumen4

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1864
...the Levant. Much attention has, of late years, been paid to olive culture by the French in Algeria. Tuscany, the South of France, and the plains of Spain, are the parts of Europe in which the olive was first cultivated. The Tuscans were the first who exported olive...
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