Hello to all, for those, who just want to read in some of the first printed Apicius books,there are two links for you: *Nov 23, 2007 1 of 2View SourceHello to all,
for those, who just want to read in some of the first printed Apicius
books,there are two links for you:
Faksimile of 1490 in the French National Library]
Faksimile Gabriel Humelberg]
If you want to have a look on the Apicius handwriting (ca. 900 A.C) of
the Fulda monastery in Germany, which was acquired in 1929 by the New
York Academy of Medicine, follow this link:
--- In Apicius@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Elkins"
> If anyone has any "spare" change lying around, you might like to pick
> this up.
> http://cgi.ebay. com/SCARCE- ROMAN-COOKERY- APICIUS-DE- RE-COQUINARIA-
> 1541_W0QQitemZ14017 9911470QQihZ004Q QcategoryZ29223Q QssPageNameZWDVW
> Volker von dem Walde
> (I'm new to the group...not sure if anyone has seen it)