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by Max Nelson

Author: Max Nelson
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 7, 2005)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Other
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A History of Beer in Ancient Europe. First published 2005 by Routledge.

A History of Beer in Ancient Europe. This book is a revised version of my doctoral dissertation (defended at the University of British Columbia in 2001), and as such, has benefited from the help of a great many people. I would like to thank warmly Bob Todd for his patient and conscientious work supervising my thesis.

The Barbarians Beverage is an indispensable secondary source source for the history of beer in Europe from ancient times to the Middle Ages. Top quality scholarship providing critical evaluation of the primary literature. Well written and a pleasure to read. 3 people found this helpful.

Comprehensive and detailed, this is the first ever study of ancient beer and its distilling, consumption and characteristics. Examining evidence from Greek and Latin authors from 700 BC to AD 900, the book demonstrates the important technological as well as ideological contributions the Europeans made to beer throughout the ages. The study is supported by textual and archaeological evidence and gives a fresh and fascinating insight into an aspect of ancient life that has fed through to modern society and which stands today as one of the world’s most popular beverages.

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Students of ancient history, classical studies and the history of food and drink will find this an useful and enjoyable read. The study is supported by textual and archaeological evidence and gives a fresh and fascinating insight into an aspect of ancient life that has fed through to modern society and which stands today as one of the world’s most popular beverages.

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Comprehensive and detailed, this is the first ever study of ancient beer and its distilling, consumption and . Students of ancient history, classical studies and the history of food and drink will find this an useful and enjoyable read.

Comprehensive and detailed, this is the first ever study of ancient beer and its distilling, consumption and characteristics Examining evidence from Greek and Latin authors from 700 BC to AD 900, the book demonstrates the important technological as well as ideological contributions the Europeans made to beer throughout the ages.

The barbarian's beverage: a history of beer in ancient Europe. "Brakspear beer brewing history and double drop fermentation – the Oxfordshire beer from Brakspear". p. 6. ISBN 978-0-415-31121-2. Retrieved 2010-07-04. Barnard, Alfred (1891).

Students of ancient history, classical studies and the history of food and . Max Nelson is assistant professor of Classics at the University of Windsor i. . List of illustrations Preface 1. Introduction 2. Beer in the East and West 3. The Greek Prejudice against Beer 4. The Two Drinking Ideologies of Ancient Europe 5. The Celts and the Great Beer Decline 6. The Roman Empire and the Rule of Wine 7. Germanic Europe and the Great Beer Revival 8. Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index. Max Nelson is assistant professor of Classics at the University of Windsor in Canada. Author(s) Bio.

Comprehensive and detailed, this is the first ever study of ancient beer and its distilling, consumption and characteristics

Examining evidence from Greek and Latin authors from 700 BC to AD 900, the book demonstrates the important technological as well as ideological contributions the Europeans made to beer throughout the ages.

The study is supported by textual and archaeological evidence and gives a fresh and fascinating insight into an aspect of ancient life that has fed through to modern society and which stands today as one of the world’s most popular beverages.

Students of ancient history, classical studies and the history of food and drink will find this an useful and enjoyable read.