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De re coquinaria

Apicii librorum X qui dicuntur De re coquinaria quae extant

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Author: Apicius
Language: Latin
Wordcount: 32,888 / 131 pg
LoC Category: TX
Downloads: 2,788
Added to site: 2005.08.05
mnybks.net#: 11250
Genre: Cooking

Imprint: Lipsiae in aedibus B. G. Teubneri 1922

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umptum videtur ex libro aliquo de re rustica_ | 5 boni si E, bonis V | Mel V, Vt mel E | 6 helenium {a}, ilunium E1, inlunium E2V; _potest glossa _inula_ graecum affecisse, nisi plane aliud latet; cf. Geopon. 15, 7, 7; conieci _in lychnum infundes mel et incende__ | 7 incende (-es P) si incorruptum (si in- _ex_ sin E) EV

XII. +1+ (17) +Vvae ut diu serventur+: accipies uvas de vite inlaesas, et aquam pluvialem ad tertias decoques, et mittis in vas, in quo et uvas mittis. vas picari et gypsari facies, et in locum frigidum, ubi sol accessum non habet, reponi
facies, et, quando volueris, uvas virides invenies. et ipsam aquam pro hydromelli aegris dabis. et si in hordeo obruas, 15 inlaesas invenies. +2+ (18) +Vt mala et mala granata diu durent+: in calidam ferventem merge, et statim leva et suspende.

1 Accipies E, -pes V | 2 pluuialem E, _cf. Geopon. 4, 15, 13_ "ombrion", fluuialem V | dequoques (-es _ex_-as _corr._) V | 3 uas picari {a}, uas picem EV | 4 sol E, solj _(in fine versus)_ V | habet

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2006.08.08
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essential book for know roman gastronomy


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