*<div id="Switzer"></div>Switzer, Stephen, 1718, ''Ichnographia Rustica'' (1718: 150–52)<ref>Stephen Switzer, ''Ichnographia Rustica, or The Nobleman, Gentleman and Gardener’s Recreation. . . .'', 1st ed., 3 vols. (London: D. Browne, 1718),[https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/items/itemKey/UWQEVT5X view on Zotero].</ref> [[#Switzer_cite|back up to History]]
:“The '''Terrace''' seems to have been us’d a considerable Time since . . . But the nearest of our Derivations in ''English'', is from the ''French'', '''Terrace''', or '''Terrasse'''; and they from the ''Italians'', (from whom they, and almost all Europe, derive their Terms of Art relating to Building, Gardening, ''&c.'') ''Terraza'', ''Terrazare'', signifying with them the removing and banking up of Earth, from one Place into another.
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