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'''Palladius''' arranged most of his agricultural writings in calendar form. He frequently quoted ''Columella''. He gave a more complete description of vegetables, fruits and field crops than Columella. His work ''De Re Rustica'' is a poem consisting of 14 books.
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'''Palladius''' arranged most of his agricultural writings in calendar form. He frequently quoted [[Columella (Lucius Junius Moderatus Columella) 1st Century|Columella]]. He gave a more complete description of vegetables, fruits and field crops than Columella. His work ''De Re Rustica'' is a poem consisting of 14 books.
  
  
 
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(Status of Writing of Aristotle and Theophrastus Treatises of the great writers of natural history, Aristotle and Theophrastus, were not current until after the 11th and 12th Centuries. At this time translations into Latin from the Greek and retranslations from Arabic began to appear. Even then Theophrastus was neglected in favor of Dioscorides although Aristotle began to have considerable influence. His ''Historia Animalium'' although translated early into Arabic and current throughout the East was long untranslated in the West.)
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(Status of Writing of [[Aristotle 384-322 B.C.|Aristotle]] and [[Theophrastus 372-288 B.C.|Theophrastus]] Treatises of the great writers of natural history, Aristotle and Theophrastus, were not current until after the 11th and 12th Centuries. At this time translations into Latin from the Greek and retranslations from Arabic began to appear. Even then Theophrastus was neglected in favor of [[Dioscorides, Pedacius or Pedanios 40-90|Dioscorides]] although Aristotle began to have considerable influence. His ''Historia Animalium'' although translated early into Arabic and current throughout the East was long untranslated in the West.)
  
 
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[[Category:2. 1st Century A.D. to 10th Century A.D.]]

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Palladius arranged most of his agricultural writings in calendar form. He frequently quoted Columella. He gave a more complete description of vegetables, fruits and field crops than Columella. His work De Re Rustica is a poem consisting of 14 books.



(Status of Writing of Aristotle and Theophrastus Treatises of the great writers of natural history, Aristotle and Theophrastus, were not current until after the 11th and 12th Centuries. At this time translations into Latin from the Greek and retranslations from Arabic began to appear. Even then Theophrastus was neglected in favor of Dioscorides although Aristotle began to have considerable influence. His Historia Animalium although translated early into Arabic and current throughout the East was long untranslated in the West.)