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Il sistema agro-alimentare di Roma antica nel Medio Padano
Author/s: Cristiana Prestianni 
Year:  2004 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  16 FullText PDF:  49 KB

Agrofood system in the region of Italy, called Padania, at the times of Ancient Rome derives from the interlacing between Roman and Celtic elements, which were the two populations presents in the area. This study underlines the roman alimentation, underlining the differences in the classes of population: from the riches tables of the nobles, with very rich dishes, to the rations of soldiers, based on grain and meat. The author survey the various foods of animal (meats, fishes, cheese) and vegetal (grains, legumes) origin, cakes and spices, much used at that times.

Cristiana Prestianni, in "ECONOMIA AGRO-ALIMENTARE" 1/2004, pp. , DOI:


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