Ancient Fishing and Fish Processing in the Black Sea Region. Black Sea Studies, 2. Edited by Tønnes Bekker-Nielsen. 222 p., ill.
Contents. Illustrations and Tables. Introduction. Tønnes Bekker-Nielsen. Fish as a Source of Food in Antiquity. John Wilkins. Sources for Production and Trade of Greek and Roman. Processed Fish. Robert I. Curtis. The Archaeological Evidence for Fish Processing in the Western Mediterranean. Athena Trakadas. The Technology and Productivity of Ancient Sea Fishing. Tønnes Bekker-Nielsen. The Reliability of Fishing Statistics as a Source for Catches and Fish Stocks in Antiquity. Anne Lif Lund Jacobsen. Fishery in the Life of the Nomadic Population of the Northern Black Sea Area in the Early Iron Age. Nadežda A. Gavriljuk. Fish and Money: Numismatic Evidence for Black Sea Fishing. Vladimir F. Stolba. The Archaeological Evidence for Fish Processing in the Black Sea Region. Jakob Munk Højte. A Fishy Business. Transport Amphorae of the Black Sea Region as a Source for the Trade in Fish and Fish Products in the Classical and Hellenistic Periods. John Lund and Vincent Gabrielsen. Size Matters: Estimating Trade of Wine, Oil and Fish-sauce from Amphorae in the First Century AD. Bo Ejstrud. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Contributors. Indices.