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Old Cider Apples
There are quite a few apple varieties that are traditionally used for cider.

Old Traditional Cider Apples
There are a number of apple varieties that are used for cider.

Old World Grape History
Humans have enjoyed grapes for thousands of years. The European grape is now grown worldwide.

Old World Mulberry History
Mulberries were grown during ancient times, especially in Asia. The ancient Greeks as well as the Romans cultivated the plants.

Olive History in the New World
Olive trees are comparatively new to the New World in sharp contrast to that in the Old World..

Olive in Etrusca and Rome
Prior to the arrival of olive trees in ancient Rome, the Etruscan people grew these in some other regions of Italy.

Olive in European Life and Culture
Olive trees as well as olive groves and olives played a role in European life and culture after the fall of the Roman Empire.

Olive Tree in the Ancient Mediterranean Region
In ancient times, the olive tree played a major role in the Mediterranean area. This was true for those on ancient Crete as well as the Phoenicians, Minoans, and the Mycenae people.

Olive Tree in the Middle Ages
The olive tree played a role in human history under the eastern Roman Empire and among Christians

Olive Trees in Ancient Italy
Olive trees arrived in Italy prior to the Roman Empire. However, the empire was responsible for the spread of olive cultivation throughout the Mediterranean basin.

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