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'''Oleum''' est [[pingue|adeps]] [[liquidus]] ex [[Olea|oleis]] extractus, ''[[aureum]] fluidum'' appellatus. Ob causam magnae proportionis olei in oleis, ab temporibus [[neolithicum|Neolithicis]] perfacile erat oleas in [[trapetus|trapetis]] premere. Ex [[Antiquus Oriens Medius|Oriente]] [[Poeni]] et [[Graecia Antiqua|Graeci]] [[Antiquitas|Antiquitate]] culturam oleatum et trapeos ad oleum faciendum tulerunt in [[Italia]] et Mediterraneo occidentale.
 
Dicitur de oleo pilam [[diaeta Mediterranea|diaetae Mediterraneae]] esse. [[Hispania|Hispani]] maximi confectores olei sunt, et tum [[Italia|Italici]] et [[Graecia|Graeci]]. Civitates tres fiunt{{dubsig}} 75% olei mundialis.
 
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==Bibliographia==
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*Mueller, Tom. [[2012]]. ''Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil.'' Londinii: Atlantic Books. ISBN 978-1-84887-004-8.
*Pagnol, Jean. [[1975]]. ''L'Olivier.'' Aubanel. ISBN 2-7006-0064-9.
*Palumbo, Mary, et Linda J. Harris. [[2011]]. "Microbiological Food Safety of Olive Oil: A Review of the Literature." University of California, Davis.
*Preedy, V. R., et R. R. Watson, eds. [[2010]]. ''Olives and Olive Oil in Health and Disease Prevention.'' Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-374420-3.
*Rosenblum, Mort. [[1996]]. ''Olives: The Life and Lore of a Noble Fruit.'' North Point Press. ISBN 0-86547-503-2.
 
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