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When this, mingled with shredded herbs, has boiled, and sprinkled with Corycian saffron, has stood, you shall over and above add what the pressed berry of the Venafran olive yields.
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The pieces I am speaking of are Virgil's account of the garden of the old Corycian, and Homer's of that of Alcinous.
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I do not think our present landscape-gardeners, or parterre-gardeners or even our fruit or kitchen-gardeners can be much enchanted with Virgil's ideal of a garden, but here it is, as "done into English," by John Dryden, who describes the Roman Poet as "a profound naturalist," and "_a curious Florist_." THE GARDEN OF THE OLD CORYCIAN.
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Examples of Corycian

Example #1
The Tiburtian yield to the Picenian apples in juice, though they excel in look.
Example #2
The simple consists of sweet oil; which it will be proper to mix with rich wine and pickle, but with no other pickle than that by which the Byzantine jar has been tainted.
Example #3
These (one may observe) consist entirely of the useful part of horticulture, fruit trees, herbs, waters, &c.
Example #4
In introducing the readers of the _Guardian_ to the garden of Alcinous he observes that "the two most celebrated wits of the world have each left us a particular picture of a garden; wherein those great masters, being wholly unconfined and pointing at pleasure, may be thought to have given a full idea of what seemed most excellent in that way.
Example #5
The pieces I am speaking of are Virgil's account of the garden of the old Corycian, and Homer's of that of Alcinous.