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Etude habitudes alimentaires Shetland/Hebrides

 
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PostPosted: Wed 14 Oct 2015 - 13:55    Post subject: Etude habitudes alimentaires Shetland/Hebrides Reply with quote

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Analysant les restes des aliments des populations de ces îles britanniques, les chercheurs ont pu mettre en lumière des régimes alimentaires très différents, avec une prédominance de produits issus de la mer aux Shetland par opposition aux Hebrides ou beaucoup plus de gros et petit gibier ou même bétail y était consommé.

Les aliments ont pu être identifiés notamment grâce à la préservation de leurs récipients..




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The main results are that the sherd from Bornais had contained animal and dairy fats. This is supplemented by analysis of faunal remains, which indicates that cattle, sheep and deer contributed significantly to the diet. The results indicate that the site was characterised by a dairy economy from the the Late iron Age and all the way through to the Norse period. “Thus there is no clear association of Marine product intensification with the beginning of the Viking Age”, write the authors. (p. 139).

As opposed to this, the pottery from Shetland revealed the presence of monounsaturated fatty acids, indicating a much more marine diet. “Marine resources seem to have been widely and intensively processes in pottery at Jarlshof”, they conclude (143). However, the archaeologists speculate whether diary-products might have been somehow processed without the use of pottery.



http://www.medievalhistories.com/potsherds-reveal-the-diet-of-vikings/
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