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  NEHET review number 5
Summary
   
  Pierre Tallet    
  Preface   I - II
  Adeline Bats    
  Introduction   III - XIV
  Abbreviations   XV - XVIII
  ANCIENT SOCIETIES AND AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIES    
       
  Juan carlos moreno-garcia    
  Cereals and the role of plants sm et wȝḏ. A crop rotation?   3 - 18
  xavier fawns    
  Cereals in the ancient Orient: accumulation, processing, consumption (IIIe-IIe millennia BC BC).   19 - 47
  JULIE MASQUELIER-LOORIUS    
  Cereal storage devices in the New Kingdom after the iconography.   49 - 69
  Damien AGUT-LABORDERE    
  Harvesting and redistribution of wheat to Ayn ​​Manawir.   71 - 79
  Francis JOANNES    
  Cereals and divination in Babylonia at Ier millennium BC AD
  81 - 95
 
FOOD SUPPLY: RELATIONS BETWEEN PRODUCER SITES AND PLACES OF CONSUMPTION
   
       
  Pierre TALLET    
  Bread and cereals for the royal teams: the great accounting papyrus of the ouadi el-Jarf (papyrus H).   99 - 117
  Aurore CIAVATTI    
  The redistribution circuits of the royal funerary temples at the end of the Ve dynasty: grain products.   119 - 139
  Leslie Anne WARDEN 
  Grain as Wealth in Egypt: field - silos - bread and beer.   141 - 156
  Adeline BATS 
  The storage of cereals in Pharaonic Egypt. Technical aspects and economic strategies.   157 - 177
  Julien ZURBACH 
  Cereal storage in Greece from the recent Bronze Age
in the archaic period.
  179 - 189
  Hussein MADINA 
  Preliminary study of the archeobotanical remains of Tell Keila,
Hebron, West Bank (Palestine).
  191 - 196
  Séverine MARCHI 
  Between hinterland and capital, the supply and
grain storage in the Kerma Kingdom (Sudan).
  197 - 216
  Guillaume HUITOREL 
  Storing cereals in rural settlements in northern Gaul
in Roman times. Identification test of storage modes
between the Ier and the IVe century AD AD
  217 - 238
  A SOCIAL VISION OF FOOD PRACTICES    
       
  Antoine PIETROBELLI 
  The Greek tea: transformation of cereals
and physiological representations.
  241 - 250
  Florence Bourbon 
  Barley and wheat - flour and bran - in the remedies
of the Hippocratic Collection.
  251 - 264
  Nicolas MONTEIX 
  Consumption of cereals and social distinction in Pompeii
to the prism of commercial establishments.
  265 - 276