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Bread for the people: The Archaeology of Mills and Milling Proceedings of a colloquium held in the British School at Rome 4th - 7th November 2009 - University of Southampton Series in Archaeology 3 - BAR International Series 2274

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The Proceedings of the ‘Bread for the people: The Archaeology of Mills and Milling’ colloquium held in the British School at Rome 4th - 7th November 2009. Contents: 1) Why dig a millstone quarry? The case of Claix in the South West of France (5th-19th centuries) (A. Belmont); 2) Les meules en pays Minyanka (Mali): etude des carrières et techniques de production actuelles (C. Hamon and V. Le Gall); 3) The hand-mills of Olymbos: an ethnographical study of their form, function and role in a Greek village (H. Parton); 4) Visualising the invisible: re-discovering the ancient grinding stone quarries of the Aswan West Bank, Egypt (E. Bloxam); 5) Manufacturing rotary querns in the 4th century BC fortified settlement of Els Vilars (Arbeca, Catalonia, Spain) (N. Alonso et al); 6) Still using your saddle quern? A compilation of the oldest known rotary querns in western Europe (S. Wefers); 7) The earliest rotary querns in southern England (D. Peacock and L. Cutler); 8) Rotary querns from the Late La Tène found in the Oppidum of Heidengraben: a new type of volcanic rock and its origin (A. Lehmkuhl); 9) First century querns of the Roman army, in the light of modern texts (F. Jodry); 10) A newly identified milling artefact from Roman Britain (M. Watts); 11) Pompeian millstones in France (L. Jaccottey and S. Longepierre); 12) A note on Pompeian style mills in Britain (D.F. Williams and D. Peacock); Hertfordshire Puddingstone querns: working with a difficult rock (C. Green); 13) Hand and ‘donkey’ mills in North African farms (M. de Vos, R. Attoui and M. Andreoli); 14) Volcanic quern and millstone quarries in Cabo de Gata and Campo de Calatrava, Spain (T. Anderson, T. Grenne and Juan Manuel Fernández Soler); 15) Querns as markers for the determination of medieval northern European trade spheres (M. Pohl); 16) Of cakes and kings: bread-making in early medieval England (C. Coulter); 17) Les meulières de l’Ile de Minorque: Trente-neuf sites industriels d’époque Andalousí (Xè – XIIIè siècles) (J. Sanchez Navarro); 18) Rotary hand-querns in volcanic stone in the medieval Mediterranean (P. Arthur); 19) Production, commercialisation et qualitè de meules à main et de meules à moulin dans. l’Italie médiévale: un bilan de la recherche historique et archéologique (P. Galetti); 20) Ore grinding in the Middle Ages: the example of Brandes-en-Oisans (Isère, France) (N. Minveille Larousse and M.-C. Bailley-Maître); 21) The study of America’s millstone quarries: past research and future directions (C. D. Hockensmith); 22) La fabrication d’une meule en emeri et ciment magnésien (J. P. Duc); 23) La fouille du moulin à vent de Roissy-en-France (Val-d’Oise), France (J-Y. Dufour); 24) Millstone quarries in southern Spain: preliminary pinpointing of provenance and production: exploiting the internet (T. Anderson and J. H. Scarrow); 25) The quern and millstone quarry of the Rambla Honda, Almería, Spain (F. J. Martinez López, T. Anderson and A. Granero Gallego); 26) Quern and millstone quarries in the North of Spain (P. Pascual Mayoral and P. García Ruiz); 27) Seven thousand years of millstone production in the Serre Mountain Range of the French Jura (L. Jaccottey); 28) The widening use of Lodsworth Stone: Neolithic to Romano-British quern distribution (R. Shaffrey and F. Roe); 29) The rise and fall of the Hyllestad millstone quarry landscape, Western Norway. Theory, methodology and education (T. Heldal and G. B. Meyer); 30) The function of querns (S. Watts); 31) The millstone quarries in Hyllestad: an arena of research and education (I. Baug and T. Løland); 32) Les meules de l’Esterel (Var, France) un diagnostic par SIG (A. Buisson); 33) Evolution typologique et technique des meules du Néolithique à l’an mille sur le territoire (Le Groupe Meule). 21x29, Brossura, pp. 361, Ill. b/n