See also:flowers or vegetables (see HORTICULTURE) . The word is also used for grounds laid out ornamentally, used as places of public entertainment . Such were the famous
See also:Ranelagh and
See also:Vauxhall Gardens in
See also:London; it is similarly used in zoological gardens, and as a name in towns for squares, terraces or streets . From the fact that
See also:Epicurus (q.v.) taught in the gardens' at Athens, the disciples of his school of philosophy were known as of 6,716 r&ov KiprWV (so Diog . Laertius x. to) ; and
See also:Cicero (De finibus v . 1 . 3, and elsewhere) speaks of the Horti Epicuri . Thus as the " Academy " refers to the Platonic and the "
See also:Porch " (vroa) to the Stoic school, so the "
See also:Garden " is the name given to the Epicurean school of philosophy .
See also:Apollodorus was known as iorrorbpavvos, the
See also:tyrant of the garden .
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