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Exploring the Botanical Remains from the Roman and Islamic Ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt Studies of food and foodways are vital to exploring past (and present) cultures. The food remain… Mehr…

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783937248295
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3937248293
Erscheinungsjahr: 2012
Herausgeber: Africa Magna
327 Seiten
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9783937248295

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
3-937248-29-3, 978-3-937248-29-5


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Autor/in: Marijke van der Veen
Titel: Journal of African Archaeology Monograph Series; Consumption, Trade and Innovation - Exploring the Botanical Remains from the Roman and Islamic Ports at Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt
Verlag: Africa Magna
Erscheinungsjahr: 2012-11-15
Frankfurt am Main; DE
Sprache: Englisch
59,99 € (DE)

EA; E107; Nonbooks, PBS / Philosophie/Antike; Archäologie; Archaeology; Archaeobotany; Islamic times; Port; preservation; Roman Empire; Egypt; Islam; Red Sea; Antiquity; globalization; Spices; Trade; Botanik und Pflanzenwissenschaften; BA

Foreword and Acknowledgements Chronology Table 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Aims and Research Questions 1.2 The Indian Ocean Trade Roman period trade Islamic period trade 1.3 Quseir al-Qadim - Myos Hormos/Kusayr 1.4 Data Collection and Methods Sampling strategy Identification Quantification and data presentation Preservation 1.5 Chronology (Marijke van der Veen and Derek Hamilton) Dating the Islamic assemblage - ceramics, coins and texts Dating the Islamic assemblage - radiocarbon dates Chronology of the Islamic assemblage Summary 1.6 Contexts and Botanical Dataset Contextual information - Roman Contextual information - Islamic The botanical assemblage 2 SPICES - CULINARY AND MEDICINAL COMMODITIES (Marijke van der Veen, Alison Cox & Jacob Morales) 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Spices at the Ports Pepper Rice Coconut Mung bean Myrobalans Ginger Turmeric Cardamom Fagara Betelnut Summary: patterns of trade at the ports 2.3 The Luxury of Long-Distance Trade Spices as preservatives Spices as commodities Spices as articles of desire 3 SUMMER CROPS - FROM TRADE TO INNOVATION (Marijke van der Veen & Jacob Morales) 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Summer Crops at the Ports Rice Citrus fruits Cotton Sugar cane Aubergine Taro Banana Sorghum Pearl millet Cowpea Watermelon Summary 3.3 Dispersal of Summer Crops into the Islamic World Pre-Islamic dispersal Islamic-period dispersal Patterns of dispersal 3.4 Agricultural Innovation Types of agricultural innovation Nature of agricultural innovation Agricultural innovation in Egypt COLOUR PLATES 4 FOOD AND FOODWAYS - PATTERNS OF EVERYDAY LIFE (Marijke van der Veen, Alison Cox & Jacob Morales) 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Food Consumption at the Ports Cereals Pulses Fruits Nuts Oilseeds Vegetables Herbs and spices Others Preservation - desiccation versus carbonization Summary 4.3 Animals, Fodder and Dung 4.4 Identifying Foodways Watermelon - fruit flesh versus seeds Citrus fruits - rind versus juice Grapes and pomegranates - fresh versus dried fruits Pulses - cooked dish versus snack food Aubergine - overcoming bitterness Others 4.5 Spatial Distribution of Waste Disposal Cereals - food versus fodder Food in the Roman port (1st-early-3rd centuries AD) Food in the Islamic port (mid-11th-13th centuries AD) Food in the Late Islamic port (14th and 15th centuries AD) 4.6 Patterns of Everyday Life Nutrition and health Eating as practice 5 WOODWORKING AND FIREWOOD - RESOURCE EXPLOITATION (Marijke van der Veen, Rowena Gale & Dirk Übel) 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Maritime Artefacts Roman ship-rigging artefacts Islamic ship timbers Pegs and wood shavings 5.3 Everyday Objects Individual artefact classes Summary 5.4 Firewood 5.5 Changing Resource Exploitation Ship-building Wood selection in everyday objects Firewood 6 MYOS HORMOS AND KUSAYR - DIFFERENT WORLDS 6.1 Commodities and Trade 6.2 Agricultural Crops and Innovation 6.3 Food and Consumption 6.4 Myos Hormos and Kusayr - Different Worlds Bibliography Appendices (C14 dates; Data tables) Index

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