Feb-1. 14, SUGAR

Feb-1. 14, SUGAR - Roman Empire Latifundia Landed Estates

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SUGAR: From Spice to Mass Commodity
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1. New Tastes
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2. Lower Prices Other products made the transition from luxury goods to mass marketed commodity staples, so why didn’t spices?
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3. Cuisine & Drugs Distinguished
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4. New Knowledge of Origins
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5. Growing Need to Define the West as distinct from the East? Image from “Curry & Rice” on Forty Plates: or the Ingredients of Social Life at “Our Station”; Published 1859; written by George Francklin Atkinson, a captain of the Bengal Engineers.
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Unformatted text preview: Roman Empire Latifundia Landed Estates http://www.colorado.edu/Classics/clas4091/Text/REHO17.1.ht Tawahin A-Sukkar (sugar mills near Jericho in contemporary Jordan), 1116-1484 Fragments of sugar pots and molasses jars from the excavations. The mill room in the foreground and the two water chutes in the background. Venetian Sugar Enterprises on Crete (Candia) & Cyprus (Zypern) Atlantic Islands New World Sugar Plantations...
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Feb-1. 14, SUGAR - Roman Empire Latifundia Landed Estates

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