Pomegranate Roads: A Soviet Botanist's Exile from Eden
A Memoir with pomegranates by famed Soviet botanist, Dr. Gregory Levin. Botany, history and myths, range of tastes and rometies, amisine, health benefits of the pomegrante. Adventurous tale of survival in USSR, accounts of treks across trans-caucasus and Central Asia in search of last wild pomegranates.
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Mountainous Areas and Seismism
Smallfruited and Noncracking Pomegranates
Pomegranate Cuisine and Winemaking
Destinies of Manuscripts
Write by the Phoenician Sea
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