LIST OF PLATES
1.Limestone mortars and pestle, from Wadi Kubbaniya
2.Quern and rubber, from Wadi Kubbaniya
3.Basalt mortar and pestle, from Jericho
4.Fifth-Dynasty granary models, from Giza
5.Reed and rush sieve, from Lisht
6.Fifth-Dynasty servant statue of woman grinding grain, from Giza
7.Bakery-brewery model from Twelfth-Dynasty Tomb of Meket-re, from Thebes
8.Bread loaves from Eleventh-Dynasty tomb, from Thebes
9.Fifth-Dynasty servant statue of man baking bread, from Giza
10.Relief of royal kitchen, from Amarna
11.Sixth-Dynasty servant statue of a "Brewer," from Giza
12.Eleventh-Dynasty servant statues of men making beer, from Deir elBersheh
13.Sixth-Dynasty beer vat, from Giza
14.Eighteenth-Dynasty stela of Syrian drinking beer with siphon, from Amarna
15.Wine amphorae from Tomb, of Tutankhamun
16.Model of butcher's shop from Tomb of Meket-re, from Thebes
17.Saddle quern and rubber, from Jericho
18.Neo-Babylonian cuneiform tablet discussing brewing techniques
19.Impression of banquet scene on Early Dynastic III cylinder seal
20.Granary model from Geometric II tomb, from Athens
21.Hopper-rubbers, from Olynthus
22.Black-figure vase showing satyrs treading grapes, from Athens
23.Black-figure vase showing two men operating oil press, from Alliens
24.Stone-spouted press bed, from Olynthus
25.Salt-fish (salsamentum), from Corinth
26.Roman rotary handmill from Roman fort at Chesters
27.Pompeian rotary donkey mills from bakery (Reg. VII.ii.22) in Pompeii
28.Funerary relief of P. Nonius Zethus, from Ostia
29.Barbegal water mill
30.Sarcophagus of M. Annius Octavius Valerianus
31.Kneading machine from bakery at Reg. VII.ii.22 in Pompeii
32.Roman relief showing grape treading, from Rome

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  • Sorori i
  • Technology and Change in History iv
  • Title Page v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • List of Abbreviations xi
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Plates xv
  • List of Maps xvii
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • Foreword xxiii
  • Part One - Prehistory 1
  • Chapter One - The Lower and Middle Paleolithic Periods 3
  • Chapter Two - Upper Paleolithic and Neolithic Periods 35
  • Summary and Conclusions to Part One 81
  • Part Two - Egypt and the Near East 91
  • Chapter Three - Egypt I 93
  • Chapter Four - Egypt II 142
  • Chapter Five - The Ancient Near East 178
  • Summary and Conclusions to Part Two 243
  • Part Three - Mediterranean Civilizations 257
  • Chapter Six - The Greek World: Bronze Age Through the Hellenistic Period 259
  • Chapter Seven - Roman World I 323
  • Chapter Eight - Attack on the United States 395
  • Summary and Conclusions to Part Three 420
  • Select Bibliography 435
  • I. Geographical Index 467
  • Ii. General Index 471
  • Plates 479
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