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What did people eat in the Iron Age (NL)?

For sure no potatoes or tomatoes, these originate in America. Food was only seasonally available: bread and porridge was always available where there was cereal - by the end of the Winter, people often suffered from hunger...

Book Review: Experimental Archaeology by Alistair Marshall

Penny Cunningham (UK)

Experimental Archaeology: 1. Early Bronze Age Cremation Pyres. 2. Iron Age Grain Storage - the first thing that strikes the reader is that the book’s preface is missing leaving little understanding of the overall purpose of the book beyond the publication of two very different but significant experiments...

Seifenkraut als Reinigungsmittel

JUSUF, B., "Seifenkraut als Reinigungsmittel", Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa, Bilanz 2008, vol. Heft 7, Oldenburg, Europäische Vereinigung zur Förderung der Experimentellen Archäologie e.V., pp. 91-95, 2008.

An experimental cornfield in Mesa Verde National Park

FRANKE, P. R., and D. WATSON, "An experimental cornfield in Mesa Verde National Park", Symposium on prehistoric agriculture, Bulletin, vol. 296, Albuquerque, NM, University of New Mexico Press, pp. 35-41, 1936.

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