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GIOVANNI MARITI
Travels in the Island of Cyprus
page 40

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are a few mulberry trees and palms, but the country is entirely barren from the lack of springs of fresh water, and the abund-ance of stones. Barley however grows well there. Its orchards, into which sweet water is brought in channels, are full of grass, and the gardens, for the same reason, of flowers, oranges and lemons. 36 Of the City of Larnaca [CH. IV

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