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Ancient and Modern Cultivation of Lathyrus clymenum L. in the Greek Islands

Anaya Sarpaki and Glynis Jones
The Annual of the British School at Athens
Vol. 85 (1990), pp. 363-368
Published by: British School at Athens
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30102855
Page Count: 7
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Abstract

Types of pulse cultivated for human consumption in present-day Thera (and adjacent islands) and archaeobotanical material from Akrotiri are identified. It is suggested that they are both the same variety, not identified elsewhere as used for human consumption, suggesting it is particularly suited to the local environment. /// Αναγνωϱίζονται είδη οσπϱίων ϰαλλιεϱγουμένων για ανθϱώπινη τϱοφή οτη σχϱονη Θήϱα (ϰαι στα γύϱω γύϱω ϛησιά) ϰαθώϛ ϰαι αϱχαιοβοτανολογιϰό υλιϰό το Αϰϱωτήϱι. Υποδειϰνύεται από τουϛ εϱευνητέϛ ότι ϰαι τα δύο ανήϰουν στην ίδια ποιϰιλία, που δεν χϱησιμοποιείται σε άλλα μέϱη γλλα μέϱη για ανθϱώπινη ϰατανάλωση, πϱάγμα πού υποδειϰνύει είναι ϰατάλληλα ειδιϰά για το πεϱιβάλλον τηϛ πεϱιοχήϛ αυτήϛ.

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