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" Academy and its plane trees remarkable for their luxuriant growth, made the air unhealthy. They still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous situations near Athens for the growth of fruit and pot-herbs, and maintain a certain degree of verdure... "
The Topography of Athens: With Some Remarks on Its Antiquities - الصفحة 198
بواسطة William Martin Leake - 1841
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, المجلد 1

William Smith - 1854 - عدد الصفحات: 2491
...water-courses from the ridges of Lycabettus are consumed in gardens and olive plantations. These waters still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...surrounding plain is parched with the heat of summer." (Leake, p. 195.) 2. Cynotarga (KwoVojrytj). was a sanctuary of Hercules and a gymnasium, situated to...
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, المجلد 1

William Smith - 1854
...water-courses from the ridges of Lycabettus are consumed in gardens and olive plantations. These waters still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...certain degree of verdure when all the surrounding plain ¡s parched with the heat of summer." (Leake, p. 195.) 2. Cynosarge» (KwAropyts). was a sanctuary...
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography: Abacaenum-Hytanis

Greek geography - 1854
...the ridges of Lycabettus are consumed in gardens and olive plantations. These waters still cause ;he spot to be one of the most advantageous situations near Athens for the growth of fruit and poticrbs, and maintain a certain degree of verdure when all the surrounding plain is parched with the...
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography: Abacaenum-Hytanis. 1854

Sir William Smith - 1856
...water-courses from the ridges of Lycabettus are consumed in gardens and olive plantations. These waters still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous situations near Athens for the growth of frnit and jiotherbs, and maintain a certain degree of verdure when all the surrounding plain is parched...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, المجلد 1

Sir William Smith - 1878
...water-courses from the ridges of Lycal»ettus are consumed in gardens and olive plantations. The>e waters still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...fruit and potherbs, and maintain a certain degree of ïcrdure when all the surrounding plain is parched with the heat of summer." (I.eake, p. 19.").) 2....
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Pausanias's Description of Greece, المجلد 2

Pausanias - 1898
...groves of the Academy and its plane-trees remarkable for their luxuriant growth, made the air unhealthy. They still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...surrounding plain is parched with the heat of summer " (Leake, Athens, ip 197 sq.) The olive-woods, occupying a strip of country about ten miles long by...
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Gardens Ancient and Modern: An Epitome of the Literature of the Garden-art

Albert Forbes Sieveking - 1899 - عدد الصفحات: 423
...groves of the Academy and its plane trees remarkable for their luxuriant growth, made the air unhealthy. They still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...surrounding plain is parched with the heat of summer.' (Leake, 'Athens.') It is said that Plato taught at first in the Academy, but afterwards in a garden...
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Gardens Ancient and Modern: an epitome of the literature of the garden-art

Albert Forbes Sieveking - 1899 - عدد الصفحات: 423
...groves of the Academy and its plane trees remarkable for their luxuriant growth, made the air unhealthy. They still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...surrounding plain is parched with the heat of summer." (Leake, 'Athens.') It is said that Plato taught at first in the Academy, but afterwards in a garden...
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The Praise of Gardens: An Epitome of the Literature of the Garden-art with ...

Albert Forbes Sieveking - 1899 - عدد الصفحات: 423
...groves of the Academy and its plane trees remarkable for their luxuriant growth, made the air unhealthy. They still cause the spot to be one of the most advantageous...surrounding plain is parched with the heat of summer.' (Leake, 'Athens.') It is said that Plato taught at first in the Academy, but after wards in a garden...
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