Some articles on apples:
... Avallach," a Welsh ancestor deity whose name can also be interpreted as a noun meaning "a place of apples" ... the king of Avallach." This is similar to Avalon, the "Isle of Apples" with which Morgan le Fay has been associated since her earliest appearances ... at the Battle of Camlann, he is taken off to Avalon, the Isle of Apples, to be healed ...
... The medieval church in Apples stands on the foundations of a Romanesque building ... It was renovated in 1838 and 1905 ...
Famous quotes containing the word apples:
“At the top of the house the apples are laid in rows,”
—John Drinkwater (18821937)
“There was a young lady of Ryde
Who swallowed some apples and died.
The apples fermented
Inside the lamented
And made cider inside her inside.”
“a place in the worlds core,
Where passion grows to be a changeless thing,
Like charmèd apples made of chrysoprase,
Or chrysoberyl, or beryl, or chrysolite;
And there, in juggleries of sight and sense,
Become one movement, energy, delight....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)