Very acceptable jellies, sauces and preserves are made from several of the wild cherries in the Padus group.
As then the mouth of the Padus was a vast estuary, so in the Gael.
This is the town which I mentioned before as lying on the coast at the extremity of the plains of the Padus.
The little river Athesis, north of the Padus, flows into the Adriatic.
Of the tributaries of the Padus, the Ticnus on the north, and the Trebia on the south, are of historical interest.
But there is another group, the Padus cherries, well worthy of brief mention.
Its Roman appellation was Padus, which in course of time resolved itself into its present name, the Po.
He was in reality the same as Osiris, the Sun; whose worship was in there very early, as well as upon the Padus.
The colonies upon the Padus left many memorials of their original; especially those, who were from the Caphtorim of Palestina.
The pass itself was about twelve hundred stades, which being crossed would bring him into the plains of the Padus in Italy.