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Oil for export? A comparison of Libyan, Spanish and Tunisian olive oil production in the Roman empire*

  • D. J. Mattingly (a1)
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I am grateful to John Humphrey for the invitation to submit this paper and to Jairus Baraji, Bruce Hitchner, Nicholas Purcell and Bryan Ward-Perkins who have contributed advice and criticism in its writing. The research reported here has been made possible by my tenure of a British Academy Post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Oxford and my fieldwork has been supported by generous grants from the British Academy and the Cotton Foundation. I am most grateful to Tunisian, Libyan, Spanish and Italian colleagues who have answered queries and assisted in innumerable ways. Naturally I alone must bear responsibility for the views expressed here. The maps are the work of Mrs A. Wilkins. The following short titles are used in the notes: Camps-Fabrer, L'olivier, for Camps-Fabrer H. , L'olivier et l'huile en Afrique romaine (Algiers 1953)

L'Huile (1985) for L'Huile d'olive en Méditerranée. Histoire, anthropologie, économie de l'antiquité à nos jours (Maison de la Méditerranée, Memoirs et Documents 2, Aix 1985)

Peacock and Williams, Amphorae, for Peacock D. P. S. and Williams D. F. , Amphorae and the Roman economy (London 1986)

Ponsich 1974 and 1979 for Ponsich M. , Implantation rurale antique sur le Bas-Guadalquivir I (Paris 1974) and II (Paris 1979)

Produccion I and II, for Blasquez-Martinez J. M. and Rodriguez J. Remesal (eds), Produccion y comercio del aceite en la antigüedad I (Madrid 1980) and II (Madrid 1983)

Almeida, Testaccio, for Rodríguez-Almeida E. , Il monte Testaccio: ambiente, storia, materiali (Rome 1984)

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* I am grateful to John Humphrey for the invitation to submit this paper and to Jairus Baraji, Bruce Hitchner, Nicholas Purcell and Bryan Ward-Perkins who have contributed advice and criticism in its writing. The research reported here has been made possible by my tenure of a British Academy Post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Oxford and my fieldwork has been supported by generous grants from the British Academy and the Cotton Foundation. I am most grateful to Tunisian, Libyan, Spanish and Italian colleagues who have answered queries and assisted in innumerable ways. Naturally I alone must bear responsibility for the views expressed here. The maps are the work of Mrs A. Wilkins. The following short titles are used in the notes: Camps-Fabrer, L'olivier, for Camps-Fabrer H., L'olivier et l'huile en Afrique romaine (Algiers 1953)

L'Huile (1985) for L'Huile d'olive en Méditerranée. Histoire, anthropologie, économie de l'antiquité à nos jours (Maison de la Méditerranée, Memoirs et Documents 2, Aix 1985)

Peacock and Williams, Amphorae, for Peacock D. P. S. and Williams D. F., Amphorae and the Roman economy (London 1986)

Ponsich 1974 and 1979 for Ponsich M., Implantation rurale antique sur le Bas-Guadalquivir I (Paris 1974) and II (Paris 1979)

Produccion I and II, for Blasquez-Martinez J. M. and Rodriguez J. Remesal (eds), Produccion y comercio del aceite en la antigüedad I (Madrid 1980) and II (Madrid 1983)

Almeida, Testaccio, for Rodríguez-Almeida E., Il monte Testaccio: ambiente, storia, materiali (Rome 1984)

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Journal of Roman Archaeology
  • ISSN: 1047-7594
  • EISSN: 2331-5709
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