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Globuli xylini ad messem parati.

Linum xylinum[1] vel xylinum est fibra quae in seminibus xyli invenitur.

Globuli xylini ab Iohanne Mandeville ovicularum forma ficti.

HistoriaRecensere

Superior Aegypti pars in Arabiam vergens gignit fruticem, quem aliqui gossipium vocant, plures xylon; et ideo lina inde facta, xylina. Parvus est, similemque barbatae nucis defert fructum, cuius ex interiore bombyce lanugo netur: nec ulla sunt eis in candore, mollitiave praeferenda. Vestes inde sacerdotibus Aegypti gratissimae fuerunt.

Nexus interni

NotaeRecensere

  1. Plin., Nat. 19.14.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Brown, D. Clayton. 2011.King Cotton: A Cultural, Political, and Economic History since 1945. University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 9781604737981.
  • Ensminger, Audrey H., et James E. Konlande. 1993. Foods and Nutrition Encyclopedia. Ed. 2a. CRC Press. ISBN 0849389801.
  • Moseley, W. G., et L. C. Gray, eds. 2008. Hanging by a Thread: Cotton, Globalization and Poverty in Africa. Ohio University Press et Nordic Africa Press. ISBN 9780896802605.
  • Smith, C. Wayne, et Joe Tom Cothren. 1999. Cotton: origin, history, technology, and production.
  • True, Alfred Charles. 1896. The cotton plant: its history, botany, chemistry, culture, enemies, and uses. U.S. Office of Experiment Stations. Editio interretialis, apud books.google.com.
  • Yafa, Stephen H. 2004. Big Cotton: How A Humble Fiber Created Fortunes, Wrecked Civilizations, and Put America on the Map. Excerptum.

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad xylinon spectant (cotton, Cotton).