This brief document records the transfer of a Nicosian garden known as Pefkou, which had been leased to the king from an Armenian Cypriot, George of Sis, to an Arab Christian named Theofore, in 1468. In recording the transfer of land, the notary of the transaction made a complete inventory of the garden’s holdings, which included trees of apricot, fig, mulberry and pomegranate.
William Woys Weaver. The Royal Garden of Pefkou: A Study of Fruit Consumption in Medieval Nicosia. Lefkosia: Moufflon Publications, 2006.
Karp, David. "The Royal Garden of Pefkou: A Study of Fruit Consumption in Medieval Nicosia, by William Woys Weaver." Gastronomica Gastronomica 8, no. 3 (2008): 114-15.