Evidence of everiday punic culinary habits from Proratiora island, Sardinia


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The preparation and consumption of food in everyday circumstances is an often-overlooked aspect of communal eating and drinking. This article examines a series of cooking pots from the island site of Proratora in north Sardinia which provide the basis for a discussion of ancient Mediterranean consumption practices and raises interesting questions about the way such social practices are the basis of communal identity in a period and place usually understood as divided between the Roman and Carthaginian worlds


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ISSN electrónico: 2174-517X

ISSN impreso: 0210-3729

doi: 10.7203/SAGVNTVM