By Tonnes Bekker-Nielsen
This quantity demanding situations the orthodox view that fishing and fish performed just a marginal function within the economic climate of the traditional international. in truth, there's archaeological facts for historic fish processing on a advertisement scale not just within the Mediterranean itself, but in addition at the Atlantic coast and within the Black Sea zone, specifically the Crimea. entrance subject; Contents; Illustrations and Tables; advent; Fish as a resource of nutrients in Antiquity; resources for creation and exchange of Greek and Roman Processed Fish; The Archaeological proof for Fish Processing within the Western Mediterranean; The know-how and productiveness of historical Sea Fishing; The Reliability of Fishing statistics as a resource for Catches and Fish shares in Antiquity; Fishery within the lifetime of the Nomadic inhabitants of the Northern Black Sea region within the Early Iron Age; Fish and funds: Numismatic proof for Black Sea Fishing
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