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Modern versions may also include colorful illustrations and advice on purchasing quality ingredients or making substitutions.In spite of its late date it represents the last manifestation of the cuisine of Antiquity.The earliest cookbooks known in Arabic are those of al-Warraq (an early 10th-century compendium of recipes from the 9th and 10th centuries) and al-Baghdadi (13th century).An early version was first compiled sometime in the 1st century and has often been attributed to the Roman gourmet Marcus Gavius Apicius, though this has been cast in doubt by modern research. The current text appears to have been compiled in the late 4th or early 5th century; the first print edition is from 1483.It records a mix of ancient Greek and Roman cuisine, but with few details on preparation and cooking.