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Latinitas nondum censa

Sicera

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Sicera Asturiarum
Vinetum Britannicum ab Ioanne Worlidge anno 1676 scriptum, 1678 reimpressum

Sicera (de lingua Hebraica שכר via Graeco σίκερα) est potio alcoholica, effervescenti suco fructuum malorum confecto. Sicera est incluta potio regionum Asturiarum (sidra), Vasconiae (sagardo), Britanniae Minoris et Normandiae (cidre), Germaniae (ubi appellationem habet "vini malorum", Apfelwein) atque Herefordiensis, Glocestriae, Somersetiae, Devoniae et Dorsetiae in Anglia (cider). Confectio sicerae iam diu in Americam septentrionalem introducta est. In Quebeco recenter sicera e glacie inventa est.

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Opera antiquiora
  • J. S. Buell, The cider makers' manual. Buffalo, 1869 (Textus apud Google Books)
  • William Coxe, A view of the cultivation of fruit trees, and the management of orchards and cider; with accurate descriptions of the most estimable varieties of native and foreign apples, pears, peaches, plums, and cherries, cultivated in the middle states of America: illustrated by cuts of two hundred kinds of fruits of the natural size. Philadelphiae: M. Carey, 1817 Textus apud archive.org
  • C. A. Crampton, Fermented alcohol beverages, malt liquors, wine and cider. Vasingtoniae, 1887 (Foods and Food Adulterants, 3) Textus apud archive.org
  • T. S. Denison, Hard cider: a temperance sketch. Chicagi: Denison, 1880 Textus apud archive.org
  • John Evelyn et alii, "Pomona, or an appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider" in John Evelyn, Sylva, or a discourse of forest-trees and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions (Londinii: Royal Society, 1664) Textus apud archive.org
  • Robert Mitchell Floyd, Songs of the apple tree, with kith and kin. Bostoniae, 1900 Textus apud archive.org
  • J. Ham, The manufacture of cider and perry, reduced to rules. Sherburniae, 1828 (Textus apud Google Books)
  • T. A. Knight, A Treatise on the Culture of the Apple and Pear and on the manufacture of cider and perry. Ludlow: H. Procter, 1797 (Textus apud Google Books) Editio 1801 apud archive.org
  • E. Lucas, Der Cider oder Obstwein: Kurze Zusammenstellung der verschiedenen Bereitungsarten. Ravensburg: Ulmer, 1869 Textus apud archive.org
  • Bonington Moubray, A practical treatise on breeding, rearing, and fattening all kinds of domestic poultry, pheasants, pigeons, and rabbits : also, the management of swine, milch cows, and bees, with instructions for the private brewery on cider, perry, and British wine making. Londinii, 1842 Textus apud archive.org
  • Adolf Freiherr von Pereira-Arnstein, Volkswirthschaftliche Bedeutung der Obstweinerzeugung (Importance économique de la fabrication du cidre). Vindobonae, 1890 Textus apud archive.org
  • John Philips, Cider: a poem in two books. Londinii: Cadell, 1791 Textus apud archive.org
  • Richard Platt, "Process for Making Cider" in Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences vol. 2 (1804) pp. 121-123
  • William Salisbury, Hints addressed to proprietors of orchards, and to growers of fruit in general, comprising observations on the present state of the apple trees, in the cider countries; made in a tour during the last summer. Londinii, Longman, 1816 Textus apud archive.org
  • James Thacher, The American orchardist; or, A practical treatise on the culture and management of apple and other fruit trees, with observations on the diseases to which they are liable, and their remedies. To which is added the most approved method of manufacturing and preserving cider. Boston: J. W. Ingraham, 1822 Textus apud archive.org
  • John Worlidge, Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider and other wines and drinks extracted from fruits growing in this kingdom with the method of propagating all sorts of vinous fruit-trees, and a description of the new-invented ingenio or mill for the more expeditious making of cider. Londinii: T. Dring, 1676; 2a ed., 1678; 3a ed., 1691
    • John Worlidge, The second parts of Systema agriculturae, or, The mystery of husbandry; and, Vinetum Britannicum, or, A treatise of cider; wherein are contained many selected and curious observations ... with the best and most natural rules and methods for the making of cider, and other English liquors. Londinii, 1689
    • J. Beal, "Advertisements on the Vinetum Britannicum Mentioned in the Last Foregoing Tract, Sent to the Publisher by the Reverend Dr. J. Beal" (1753) Textus apud archive.org
  • John Worlidge, The most easie method for making the best cyder. Londinii: George Graston, 1687
Opera recentiora
  • William B. Alwood, A Study of Cider-Making in France, Germany and England; with comments and comparisons on American work. Vasingtoniae: U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1903 Textus apud archive.org
  • William B. Alwood, R. J. Davidson, W. A. P. Moncure, The chemical composition of apples and cider. Vasingtoniae, 1904 Textus apud archive.org
  • A. Brooke-Hunt, The National Fruit and Cider Institute: its origin and objects. Aquis Sulis, 1904 Textus apud archive.org
  • Frederick James Lloyd, Report on the results of investigations into cidermaking, carried out on behalf of the Bath and west and southern counties society in the years 1893-1902. Londinii, 1903 Textus apud archive.org
  • L. F. Salzman, English industries of the middle ages, being an introduction to the industrial history of medieval England (Bostoniae: Houghton Mifflin, 1913) pp. 196-198 Textus apud archive.org