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Archaeology and anthropology of salt : a diachronic approach : proceedings of the international colloquium, 1-5 October 2008, Al. I. Cuza University (Iași, Romani) / edited by Marius Alexianu, Olivier Weller, Roxana-Gabriela Curcǎ.

Contributor(s): Alexianu, Marius | Weller, Olivier | Curcǎ, Roxana-Gabriela
Series: BAR international series ; 2198Publisher: Oxford : Archaeopress, 2011.Description: viii, 226 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781407307541; 1407307541Subject(s): Salt -- History -- Congresses | Salt industry and trade -- History -- CongressesLOC classification: TN900 | .A73 2011
Contents:
Pt. 1. Ethnographic approaches of salt. Salt springs in today's rural world. An etnoarchaeological [sic.] approach in Moldavia (Romania) / Marius Alexianu ... [et al.] -- New ethnoarchaeological investigations upon the salt springs in Valea Muntelui, Romania / Dan Monah, Gheorghe Dumitroaia, Dorin Nicola -- Traditional methods of salt mining in Buzǎu County, Romania in the 21st century / Doina Ciobanu -- El Salado-Ixtahuehue and Benito Juárez-Soconusco: an Ethno-Archaeological Study of Salt Pre-Industries of Southeast Veracruz, Mexico / Jorge A. Ceja Acosta); 5) The Saltmakers of Soconusco and Benito Juárez: an interpretation of ethnoarchaeological data from the perspective of gender and identity / María Luisa Martell Contreras -- pt. 2. Archaeological salt exploitation. Provadia-Solnitsata (NE Bulgaria): a salt-producing center of the 6th and 5th millennia BC / Vassil Nikolov -- Tell Provadia-Solnitsata (Bulgaria): data on chalcolithic salt extraction / Viktoria Petrova -- Spatial analysis of prehistoric salt exploitation in eastern Carpathians (Romania) / Olivier Weller ... [et al.] -- The Cucuteni C pottery near the Moldavian salt springs / Roxana Munteanu, Daniel Garvǎn -- Some salt sources in Transylvania and their connections with the archaeological sites in the area / Gheorghe Lazarovici, Cornelia-Magda Lazarovici -- New archaeological researches concerning saltworking in Transylvania. Preliminary report / Valeriu Cavruc, Anthony F. Harding -- The beginning of the salt exploitation in Spain: thinking about the salt exploitation in the Iberian Peninsula during prehistoric times / Jesús Jiménez Guijarro -- pt. 3. Ancient texts and salt. Salt in the antiquity: a quantification essay / Bernard Moinier -- Hypotheses, considerations - and unknown factors - regarding the demand for salt in ancient Greece / Cristina Carusi -- Historical development of the 'salinae' in ancient Rome: from technical aspects to political and socio-economic interpretations / Nuria Morère Molinero -- Salt in tanning, dyeing and cleaning in ancient Egypt / Virginie Delrue -- pt. 4. Historical approaches. Salt production in Mediterranean Andalusia in the transition from late antiquity to the early Middle Ages / Antonio Malpica Cuello -- Land organisation and salt production in region of the Salado River (Sigüenza, Province of Guadalajara, Spain): ancient and medieval times. Results of the first campaign 2008 / Antonio Malpica Cuello ... [et al.] -- Sea salt and land salt. The language of salt and technology transfer (Portugal since the second half of the 18th century) / Inês Amorim -- A short overview on the main salt production in Italy from the end of the Middle Ages up to the modern period / Valdo D'Arienzo -- pt. 5. Linguistic and philological approaches. 'Salty' geographical names: a fresh look / Alexander Falileyev -- Etymological and historical implications of Romanian place-names referring to salt / Adrian Poruciuc -- Salt in the Greek and Latin aphoristic phrase / Mihaela Paraschiv.
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Pt. 1. Ethnographic approaches of salt. Salt springs in today's rural world. An etnoarchaeological [sic.] approach in Moldavia (Romania) / Marius Alexianu ... [et al.] -- New ethnoarchaeological investigations upon the salt springs in Valea Muntelui, Romania / Dan Monah, Gheorghe Dumitroaia, Dorin Nicola -- Traditional methods of salt mining in Buzǎu County, Romania in the 21st century / Doina Ciobanu -- El Salado-Ixtahuehue and Benito Juárez-Soconusco: an Ethno-Archaeological Study of Salt Pre-Industries of Southeast Veracruz, Mexico / Jorge A. Ceja Acosta); 5) The Saltmakers of Soconusco and Benito Juárez: an interpretation of ethnoarchaeological data from the perspective of gender and identity / María Luisa Martell Contreras -- pt. 2. Archaeological salt exploitation. Provadia-Solnitsata (NE Bulgaria): a salt-producing center of the 6th and 5th millennia BC / Vassil Nikolov -- Tell Provadia-Solnitsata (Bulgaria): data on chalcolithic salt extraction / Viktoria Petrova -- Spatial analysis of prehistoric salt exploitation in eastern Carpathians (Romania) / Olivier Weller ... [et al.] -- The Cucuteni C pottery near the Moldavian salt springs / Roxana Munteanu, Daniel Garvǎn -- Some salt sources in Transylvania and their connections with the archaeological sites in the area / Gheorghe Lazarovici, Cornelia-Magda Lazarovici -- New archaeological researches concerning saltworking in Transylvania. Preliminary report / Valeriu Cavruc, Anthony F. Harding -- The beginning of the salt exploitation in Spain: thinking about the salt exploitation in the Iberian Peninsula during prehistoric times / Jesús Jiménez Guijarro -- pt. 3. Ancient texts and salt. Salt in the antiquity: a quantification essay / Bernard Moinier -- Hypotheses, considerations - and unknown factors - regarding the demand for salt in ancient Greece / Cristina Carusi -- Historical development of the 'salinae' in ancient Rome: from technical aspects to political and socio-economic interpretations / Nuria Morère Molinero -- Salt in tanning, dyeing and cleaning in ancient Egypt / Virginie Delrue -- pt. 4. Historical approaches. Salt production in Mediterranean Andalusia in the transition from late antiquity to the early Middle Ages / Antonio Malpica Cuello -- Land organisation and salt production in region of the Salado River (Sigüenza, Province of Guadalajara, Spain): ancient and medieval times. Results of the first campaign 2008 / Antonio Malpica Cuello ... [et al.] -- Sea salt and land salt. The language of salt and technology transfer (Portugal since the second half of the 18th century) / Inês Amorim -- A short overview on the main salt production in Italy from the end of the Middle Ages up to the modern period / Valdo D'Arienzo -- pt. 5. Linguistic and philological approaches. 'Salty' geographical names: a fresh look / Alexander Falileyev -- Etymological and historical implications of Romanian place-names referring to salt / Adrian Poruciuc -- Salt in the Greek and Latin aphoristic phrase / Mihaela Paraschiv.