Cinnamum

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Corticuli cinnamomini et cinnamum molitum

Cinnamum (-i, n)[1] seu cinnamomum (-i, n)[2][3] (Graece κίνναμον, κιννάμωμον; Hebraice קנמון) est aroma et condimentum e cortice interiori arborum plurium generis Cinnamomi nactum. Fons genuinus et optimus est species Cinnamomum verum, insulae Taprobanae nativum.

Fontes antiqui et mediaevales[recensere | fontem recensere]

Unam legis e paginis de
aromatibus
disserentibus

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ovidius, Metamorphoses 10.308; Plinius, Naturalis historia 12.86 etc.; Statius, Silvae 4.5.32
  2. Plinius, Naturalis historia 12.85-86; Plautus, Curculio 1.2.8
  3. "Cinnamon": Propertius 3.13.8; Lucanus, Pharsalia 10.166

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Historiae generales
  • Andrew Dalby, Dangerous Tastes (Londinii: British Museum Press, 2000) pp. 36-44, 152-153 et alibi
  • J. Innes Miller, The Spice Trade of the Roman Empire (Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1969) pp. 42-47, 74-77
Encyclopaediae et enumerationes
  • K. T. Achaya, Indian Food: a historical companion (Dilli: Oxford University Press, 1994) pp. 163, 170, 215 et alibi
  • "Cinnamon and Cassia" in Andrew Dalby, Food in the Ancient World from A to Z (Londinii, 2003. ISBN 0415232597) p. 87-88
  • "Cinnamon" in Alan Davidson; Tom Jaine, ed., The Oxford Companion to Food (2a ed. Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2006)
  • Berthold Laufer, "Sino-Iranica: Chinese contributions to the history of civilization in ancient Iran, with special reference to the history of cultivated plants and products" (Field Museum of Natural History. Publications, Anthropological series vol. 15, 1919) pp. 185-630 textus pp. 541-543

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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