Agricultura

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Agricultura, sensu latissimo, est summa omnium artium et scientiarum et technologiarum quae de terris colendis et animalibus creandis curant, ut poma, frumenta, charas, carnes, textilia, et aliae res e terra bene producantur. Specialius, agronomia est ars et scientia quae terris colendis student, agricultio? autem animalibus creandis.

Hoc commentarium est de vita et communibus artibus agricolis, de quibus Romani antiqui magnopere curabant. In libro De Agri Cultura (seu De Re Rustica), Marcus Cato multum de vita rustica deque praedii admininstratione temporibus Romanis scripsit. Secundum hunc librum, inter usitatissima animalia agriculturalia sunt boves, gallinas, et oves. Cato de productione vini, olei, instrumenti rustici, frumenti, et panis etiam narravit.

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