5Re: [Anatolion] Welcome
- May 3, 2006Dear Julie:There is an excellent book called, I think, The History of Food. It is packed away, so I don't have the full citation to hand, but it was not only informative, but a very good read.Ford----- Original Message -----From: patrier julieSent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 2:59 AMSubject: Re: [Anatolion] WelcomeDear All,
I'm just joigned this discussion list. I'm a in Master
II in Strasbourg, under the direction of Professor
Dominique Beyer. Last year I worked on a particular
question about seals: their prehensions, caps and more
general their forms and the way of wearing them.
For my dissertation, i totally change of subject and
I'm preparing a research project about the food in
western Asia on the Bronze Age. I'm just begining so
if someone has some references about the question, I
will be very thankful.
PS: Sorry for my bad english.
--- Ford Mommaerts-Browne <FordMommaerts@...> a
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Catherine Draycott
> To: Anatolion@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2006 7:16 AM
> Subject: RE: [Anatolion] Welcome
> Dear all,
> I thought I would take a moment to respond to the
> friendly invitation.
> Unfortunately, I am in a very busy period and I
> joined in order to catch
> conference announcements and to read postings on
> topics of interest, but I
> tend not to post often myself, so I hope that is not
> a disappointment. I
> can send on any word of conferences that I know of
> which might not have
> made it onto other lists.
> Best wishes,
> Catherine Draycott
> Dear Catherine:
> Thank you for the offer of conference notices. I am
> sure that such would
> meet with appreciation. And best of luck on your
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