made by Pa-outshe about 1100 B. C. (Morrison.) The Onomastikon, a Greek dictionary of Julius Pollox, was written about 120 B. C.
Sze-ma-tseen, the Chinese Herodotus, wrote in the second century B. C. The dictionary Si-wun was compiled about 148 B. C.
The Spanish Saracens compiled dictionaries, lexions, encyclopedias, and pharmacopoeias.
The Historical Dictionary of Sciences of Mohammed lbu Abdallah, of Granada, is a notable instance.
Avicenna also wrote a large number of works, among tnd honey before eating.
Vinegar, to soak the bread, was a regular ration with the Roman soldiery.
It is much older than that, however: Boaz said unto Ruth, Eat of thy bread, and dip thy morsel in the vinegar.
After the conquest of Macedon, 148 B. C., Greek bakers came to Rome and monopolized the business.
Loaves of bread, or their pseudomorphs, are found in the excavations of Pompeii, partially buried A. D. 79.
Bread was made with yeast by the English bakers in 1634.
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