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Particular varieties of apples were highly sought after and the choicest apples carefully cultivated. In the first century CE, the Greek historian Plutarch called attention to the affection Greeks had for the apple: No other fruit unites the fine qualities of all fruits as does the apple. For one thing, its skin is so clean when you touch it that instead of staining the hands it perfumes them. Its taste sweet and it is extremely delightful both to smell and to look at. Thus by charming all our senses at once, it deserves the praise it receives.
Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck, founder of the Netherlands East India Company trading post at Cape Town, took apples to South Africa in 1654. He made fruit-growing a requirement among settlers so they could both feed themselves and supply trading boats heading east. Apples remained a minor agricultural industry until the late nineteenth century, when an infestation of the root louse known as phylloxera destroyed the Cape’s grape vineyards. Cecil Rhodes, founder of the British state of South Africa, turned to apples as an alternative.
Luke Clennell, Hippomenes and Atalanta, 1811. Hippomenes is tossing an apple toward Atalanta Along with love and desire, apples could also foretell fertility. Throughout European, Asian and North American folklore, apples serve as predictors of love and childbearing. The association is scarcely surprising given the apple’s related ties to love and desire. Greek dramatists, including Aristophanes and Theocritus, wrote comic punch lines on the resemblance between apples and a woman’s breast, a visual refrain that recurs throughout the entire sweep of Western art.