Ayahuasca Analogues Pangean Entheogens (1st edition) by Jonathan Ott

By Jonathan Ott

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Renfrew J. M. Renfrew - Plant Husbandry at Prehistoric Dimitra. Appendix 14, in D. ) - Νεολιθική Μακεδονία, [Neolithic Macedonia], Αθήνα, Υπουργείο Πολιτισμού, 1997, p. 220-225 (Δημοσιεύματα του Αρχαιολογικού Δελτίου, 56 [Archaeologiko Deltio Publications, 56]). Rivera-Nuñez and Obon de Castro 1989: D. RiveraNuñez and C. Obon de Castro - La dieta cereal prehistórica y su supervivencia en el área Mediterránea, in Trabajos de Prehistoria, 46, 1989, p. 247-254. N. Rudra - Toxic principle of Lathyrus sativus, in Nature 170, 1964, p.

AD. The diffusion of this fleshy fruit towards the north of the Roman empire seems to have occurred early too. Endocarps from Neuss on Rhine river (Knörzer 1967, 1970, 1984) and from Xanten (Knörzer 1989) are among the earliest finds (1st cent. g. Jacomet 1988; Jacomet and Wagner 1994). It disappeared from the archaeobotanical central European records after 250 AD (Bakels and Jacomet 2003). , in the first half of the first cent. AD. In Roman times, peaches were pickled (preserved in vinegar) as indicated in the recipes (Duracina Persica ut diu durent: eligito optima, et mitte in muriam postera die exime, et spongiabis diligenter, et collocabis in vas.

Sarpaki - The archaeobotanical study of Tzambakas House, Rethymno, Crete, in Y. Tzedakis and H. ) - Minoans and Mycenaeans: Flavours of their Time, Athens, Kapon, 1999, p. 40-41. Sarpaki 2001: A. Sarpaki - Processed cereals and pulses from the Late Bronze Age site of Akrotiri, Thera; preparations prior to consumption: a preliminary approach to their study, in Annual of the British School at Athens, 96, 2001, p. 27-40. Sarpaki 2003: A. Sarpaki - Ανιχνεύοντας την παρουσία της Ελιάς στην προϊστορική Κρήτη: τα αιωνόβια δένδρα ζητούν προστασία, στον τόμο Ελιά και Λάδι στην Κρήτη [Proceedings of an International Symposium], Setia, SEDIK, 2003, p.

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