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Food, fodder and fuel at Mons Porphyrites: the botanical evidence.

By Marijke Van der Veen and Helen Tabinor


This paper was published as: The Roman Imperial Quarries, Survey and Excavation at Mons Porphyrites 1994-1998, volume 2: The Excavations / by David Peacock and Valerie Maxfield ; with contributions by Donald Bailey ... [et al.], pp. 83-142. Copyright © 2007 Egypt Exploration Society. This volume is available from http://www.oxbowbooks.com/bookinfo.cfm/ID/82317. This paper appears in the LRA with the permission of the Egypt Exploration Society

Publisher: The Egypt Exploration Society, London
Year: 2007
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