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Local studies aside, there have been no attempts to construct a workable, consistent infraspecific classification for P. The most comprehensive attempt at such a study is that of Popenoe (1973) who gave a concise overview of cultivar history, geography and origin, discussed the nomenclatural confusion that surrounds most varieties, listed 1500 names and described the most commercially important ones in greater detail.
Phoenix dactylifera cultivar taxonomy has not been an aim of this monograph. Together with the olive, grape and fig, date palms were amongst the first fruit crops domesticated in the Old World (Zohary & Speigel-Roy 1975).
Rounded crown of dark green feather leaves 3-5 m long, with pinnae to 20-40 cm long closely spaced along the rachis.
Like all Phoenix, it has long, sharp spines at the bases of the leaves, which are formed from modified leaflets.
The term 'variety' has not been clearly defined in respect to the date palm, and was used by Popenoe (1973) to refer to what I consider to be cultivars.
Martius (1823 - 1853) described seven varieties of P.
The Train has been closed in 2006 due to washed away of railway track and bridges by flood.The hotel was demolished a few years back and a plaza was constructed in its place. These photos have been taken in 1967-68 by an employee of US Air Force Security Service posted at Peshawar Base.It is the same Base from where ill-fated U-2 Mission was flown into Soviet Territory in 1960. The Mohabbat Khan Mosque, named after the Mughal governor of Peshawar Nawab Mohabbat Khan who served under Emperors Shah Jehan and Aurangzeb and who was the grandson of Nawab Dadan Khan (who had been governor of Lahore), was built in 1630. Colonel Hastings Memorial (built around 1884-92 in remembrance of the first British Commissioner of Peshawar, Lieutenant Colonel Edward George Godolphin Hastings) was the old name for “Chowk Yadgaar“.Single- or multiple-trunked, pinnate palm to 15-25 m (rarely 30 m) tall.The trunk is 40 - 60 cm diameter, often with a much wider base.