Food provisioning in complex societies: zooarchaeological perspectives
Atici, Levent, editor
Arbuckle, Benjamin S., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Offers new insight into the mechanisms involved in food provisioning for complex societies. Combining zooarchaeological and historical data from global case studies to analyze patterns in centralization and bureaucratic control, asymmetrical access and inequalities, and production-distribution-consumption dynamics of urban food provisioning and animal management.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Food supply -- History
Animal remains (Archaeology)