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Barletta is a city and comune located in the north of Apulia in south eastern Italy. Its current population is around 94,000.
- part of Apulia, Province of Barletta-Andria-Trani, Province of Bari, Italy
- official website: www.comune.barletta.ba.it
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Vegetable Gardening (1912)
by Ralph Levi Watts
White Barletta is an extra early white onion, which keeps well and is excellent for pickling. White and Yellow Multipliers (potato onions) are planted extensively for bunching. (544.) The Egyptian (Perennial Tree Onion) is a perfectly hardy ...
by Robert Wallace
Barletta is an Italian variety of hard wheat producing a long pickle or " berry," and yielding flour of great strength of gluten for baking purposes. It is largely grown in the west of the wheat area, where French wheat is also well in evidence.
American Gardening (1892)
Early Barletta is a delightfully little early white sort, and just fills a woman's eye bent on pickling. It is rather pleasant nibbled with salt at the table. Sguasuns.— There is small place for summer crooknecks. Hubbard is the standard here, and is ...
Wanderings in Search of Its Ancient Remains and Modern Superstitions by Craufurd Tait Ramage
Barletta is a large city, with a population of twenty thousand, and, to a stranger, it looks to be in a prosperous state. Its streets are wide, well paved, with many handsome houses. Its cathedral is Gothic, with a lofty spire. Churches abound, and ...
Carolingian Renewal (1991)
Sources and Heritage by Donald A. Bullough
church of the Holy Sepulchre, which contains a relic of the True Cross, is not without significance' is a good example of how not to support uncertain stylistic arguments by 'historical' data: for San Sepolcro, Barletta is a twelfth-century ...
Exporters' Encyclopaedia (1917)
(via Barletta or Naples) (via Genoa, Leghorn, or Venice Corleone, Sicily . . . . . . . (via Fo Partenico, Sicily. . . . . . . . (via Palermo Cremona . . . . . . (via Genoa or Venice Paterno, Sicily.
by Colum Hourihane
Barletta [Lat. Baruli, Barulum] City in Apulia, southern Italy. Situated south of the River Ofanto, it was the port for the neighbouring Roman city of Canne. It featured in the Tabula Peutingeriana as Bardulum, and a basilica was built there in the ...
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
BARLETTA, a seaport in the gulf of Venice, in the kingdom of Naples and the Terra di Bari. It is not a large town, but it is remarkably well built, in a style of architecture more simple than ornamental, its general effect being that of solidity rather ...
Encyclopaedia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge on an Original Plan Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings Edited by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose (1845)
Miscellaneous and lexicographical, vol. 2
BARLETTA, a seaport in the gulf of Venice, in the kingdom ofNaples and the Terra di Bari. It is not a large town, but it is remarkably well built, in a style of architecture more simple than ornamental, its general efl'ect being that of solidity rather ...
by Pierre Bayle, Pierre Desmaizeaux, Anthelme Tricaud, Alexis Gaudin
BARLETTA (Gabriel), a Dominican Monk, distinguished himself towards the end of the XVth Century [J], by a manner of Preaching much more becoming a Buffoon, ...
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