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Mar 20, Rachel rated it really liked it Shelves: As fascinated as I was by Pompeii and Herculaneum as a child, I hadn't revisited the subject again, even while studying classical languages in college. I was struck, reading this book, at how important they have been in interpreting texts and illuminating details of daily life.
It was also a healthy check to the misguided nostalgia for healthier times. With all of our problems with nutrition, the ancients had a far more difficult time staying healthy than we should have, and for better reasons. I As fascinated as I was by Pompeii and Herculaneum as a child, I hadn't revisited the subject again, even while studying classical languages in college. It made me feel sorry for the doctors back then. How helpless they must have felt! It was interesting to compare the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Celts.
Wine was also variously flavored. Ancient Roman cuisine changed over the long duration of the ancient Roman civilization. House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences]. Lists of prepared foods. Cooking in Ancient Civilizations. Legumes were limited to dried peas, sweet peas , lupines , lentils and fava beans. Roman cuisine Historical foods Ancient dishes Ancient Roman society.
It would have been good to see more cultures represented, but the length is already unwieldy for a book I found in the children's section. It was very interesting for me--mostly because of the huge numbers of quotes and translations from ancient texts how fun would it be to read it all again, "just for the food"? Libby King rated it liked it Jul 08, Erin rated it really liked it Feb 08, Sumi rated it really liked it Apr 02, Lawrence rated it really liked it May 29, Christopher StGeorge rated it liked it Sep 02, Amber Schmude rated it it was amazing Nov 25, V rated it it was ok Apr 08, Valerie marked it as to-read Jan 28, Lesley marked it as to-read Feb 03,