Im Meals in a Social Context Aspects of the Communal Meal in the Hellenistic and Roman World. Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity, Vol. 1. Hanne Sigismund Nielsen. Inge Nielsen (Eds.) Other contributions by Per Bilde, Keith Bradley, Katherine M.D. Dunbabin, Geert Hallbäck, Hugh Lindsay, Hanne Sigismund Nielsen, Inge Nielsen, David Noy, Peter Ørsted. L. Michael White 248 p., ill., 2nd ed.
Table of contents Abbreviations Introduction, Inge Nielsen and Hanne Sigismund Nielsen Salt, Fish, and the Sea in the Roman Empire, Peter Ørsted The Roman Family at Dinner, Keith Bradley Roman Children at Mealtimes, Hanne Sigismund Nielsen Eating with the Dead the Roman Funerary Banquet, Hugh Lindsay Ut Graeco More Biberetur= Greeks and Romans on the Dining Couch, Katherine Dunbabin Royal Banquets the Development of Royal Banquets and Banqueting Halls from Alexander to the Tetrarchs, Inge Nielsen The Sixth Hour is the Mealtime for Scholars. Jewish Meals in the Roman world, David Noy The Common Meal in the Qumran-Essene Communities, Per Bilde Sacred Meal and Social Meeting. Paul s Argument in 1 Cor. 11.17-34, Geert Hallbäck Regulating Fellowship in the Communal Meal. Early Jewish and Christian Evidence, L. Michael White Bibliography Contributors Index of Names Index Locorum