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Pappatacci Spanish Primitive Jacobin Pigeon

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pappatacci

An Aegean Sea country: Greece, Cyprus or Crete, then brought to the province of Catalonia in Spain. Pappatacci is a Greek word meaning “arrangement of hairs” and by extension, “a wig.” Pappatacci is a word foreign to the language of the Catalonians. From 1302-1313 the Catalonians ruled Athens, Greece, by conquest and presumably brought home this breed, as conquerors have done throughout history. In 650 years the Catalonians have apparently never changed the name nor tried “to improve” the breed. Cortes (1613) described the breed as did other Spanish authors of the 17th and 18th centuries. Via: Encyclopedia of Pigeon breeds by Wendell Mitchell Levi

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