9781842172278

Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Practices in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean

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    9781842172278

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    1842172271

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-06-30
  • Publisher: David Brown Book Co
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Table of Contents

Cooking up the past : entre traditions et innovations dans le Neolithique et l'age du Bronze egeensp. 1
Cooking in the labyrinth : exploring 'cuisine' at Bronze Age Knossosp. 5
Carcasses and commensality : investigating the social context of meal consumption in Neolithic and early Bronze Age Greecep. 25
Economie vivriere et alimentation carnee en Grece meridionale du Neolithique moyen a la fin de l'age du Bronzep. 49
La mer dans l'assiette : l'exploitation des faunes aquatiques dans l'alimentation en Egee pre- et protohistoriquep. 71
Traditional foods and culinary novelties in Neolithic and Bronze Age northern Greece : an overview of the archaeobotanical evidencep. 89
Food preservation in Greece during the late and final Neolithic periodsp. 109
'Il n'y a pas de cuisine sans feu' : une approche des techniques culinaires au Neolithique et a l'Age du Bronze Ancien a travers les structures de combustion en Grece du nordp. 123
Les installations culinaires dans un village du Bronze Ancien en Grece du nord : Archontiko Giannitsonp. 136
Beeswax in Neolithic perforated sherds from the northern Aegean : new economic and functional implicationsp. 148
Early Bronze Age cooking vessels from Thebes : organic residue analysis and archaeological implicationsp. 158
Communality and competition : the social life of food and containers at Aceramic and Early Neolithic Knossos, Cretep. 174
The production and consumption of pottery in the Neolithic Peloponnesep. 200
Pottery, cuisine and community in the Neolithic of north Greecep. 225
What are the legs for : vessels with legs in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Aegeanp. 247
Des enfants nourris au biberon a l'Age du Bronze?p. 270
Stable isotope analysis of human remains from the Early Helladic site of Perachora, Korinth, Greecep. 290
Aspects anthropologiques et paleopathologiques de la malnutrition a Argos (HA, HM)p. 297
Health and diet during the Middle Bronze Age in the Peloponnese : the site of Kouphovounop. 313
Apport de la paleodontologie a la comprehension des pratiques alimentaires et des modes de vie des populations egeennes protohistoriquesp. 329
The consumption of dog-meat in classical Greecep. 342
La cuisine des bebes en Grece classique : analogies culinaires des medecins hippocratiquesp. 354
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