Food or Drink? Pork or Wine? The Philistines and their ‘Ethnic’ Markers

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Show simple item record Niesiołowski-Spano, Łukasz 2015-03-12T22:00:35Z 2015-03-12T22:00:35Z 2015
dc.identifier.citation Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament vol. 29, n.1 (2015), s. 110-116. pl
dc.identifier.issn 0901-8328 (Print), 1502-7244 (Online)
dc.description.abstract The aim of the paper is to review the value and usefulness of the ethnic-markers of ancient societies, based on the assumption that certain populations practice certain eating and drinking habits. In other words, the conviction that some food and drink habits may be used as reliable tools for determining the ethnicities of ancient societies will be questioned. This argument is applied to the case of the Philistines, a population of Aegean or Aegeo- Anatolian origin, who settled in Palestine in the early twelfth century BCE. en
dc.language.iso en pl
dc.publisher Taylor & Francis Group pl
dc.rights Creative Commons Uznanie autorstwa 3.0 Polska
dc.rights info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.subject epoka żelaza pl
dc.subject ceramika pl
dc.subject tabu pl
dc.subject wieprzowina pl
dc.subject Palestyna pl
dc.subject etniczność pl
dc.subject Filistyni pl
dc.title Food or Drink? Pork or Wine? The Philistines and their ‘Ethnic’ Markers en
dc.type artykuł pl
dc.contributor.organization Instytut Historyczny UW pl
dc.description.eperson Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spano
dc.relation.lcategory historia pl

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