This book examines the eating, cooking, and dining habits of the people who inhabited Roman Britain, and makes comparisons with the food and diet in other parts of the Roman Empire. Chapters include dairy products; vegetables, fruits, and nuts; herbs, spices, salt, and honey; and shops and markets.
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