Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Food & Drink in Archaeology 3

Academic journal article Medium Aevum

Food & Drink in Archaeology 3

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Food & Drink in Archaeology 3, ed. Dave Collard, Jim Morris, and Elisa Perego, University of Nottingham Postgraduate Conference 2009 (Totnes: Prospect Books, 2012). 149 pp. ISBN 978-1-903018-78-1. £30.00. This volume represents a collection of papers originally presented at the third Food and Drink in Archaeology postgraduate conference, which took place at the University of Nottingham on 17-18 April 2009. Topics covered include food consumption and ritual at an Early Bronze Age cemetery in Greece (Tim Campbell-Green and Flora Michelaki), psychoactive consumption in Cypriote Bronze Age mortuary ritual (Dave Collard), elite ideology and feasting practices in Early Iron Age Greece (Rachel Fox), intoxicating drinks and drunkards in ancient Indian art, literature, and archaeology (Nitin Hadap and Shilpa Hadap), sixteenth-century polemics about cold-drinking (Justo Hernández), living and eating in coastal Brazil during prehistory (Mercedes Okumura and Sabine Eggers), the deceased as metaphorical food in Iron Age Veneto (Elisa Perego), food diversity in Mesolithic Scotland (Catriona Pickard and Clive Bonsall), a Late Bronze Age animal sacrifice event in Turkey (Peter Popkin), Norwegian ritualized feasting-goods (Christian Rodsrud), household animals (Aixa Vidal and Ruth Maicas), and feasting and the state in Uruk Mesopotamia (Jessica Whalen). …

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