Olive Cultivation in Ancient Greece: Seeking the Ancient Economy

Lin Foxhall

Lin Foxhall explores the cultivation of the olive as a longer case examine for realizing old Greek agriculture in its panorama, monetary, social, and political settings. proof from written resources, archaeology, and visible photos is assembled to target what was once distinctive in regards to the cultivation and processing of the olive in classical and archaic Greece, and the way and why those practices differed from Roman ones. This research opens up new methods of brooding about the economies of the archaic and classical Greek world.

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