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  • Above: a photograph of the oldest living "buttero" or Italian cowboy.

    Boing Boing

  • The Maremma seems to bring out the inner buttero in many people, visitors and locals alike.

    The Other Tuscany

  • We are staring at a wall of handsome, hand-tooled saddles: English, Western, and, for the die-hards, a version of a buttero saddle in rich, leather-trimmed suede, filled with jute, horsehair, and hay over a heavy wooden yoke.

    The Other Tuscany

  • [74] "Questo abbate pur freddamente, e come a mezza voce la nomino, aggiugnendo per altro, ch'ella era una buona Lombarda, impastata da buttero et fromagio picentino, elevata alla casalingua, ed avezza di non sentirsi di altro parlare che di mertelli ricami e tele."

    Political Women, Vol. 2 (of 2)


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