Rural Granaries in Northern Gaul (Sixth Century BCE – Fourth Century CE)
From Archaeology to Economic History
Martin, Stéphane (editor)
Rural granaries in northern Gaul (sixth century BCE – fourth century CE) offers a comprehensive account of rural grain storage and its role in the economy of a key region of the Roman Empire. Readership: All interested in the economic history and in the agriculture of the Roman Empire, and more generally of pre-industrial agrarian economies.
KeywordsClassical history / classical civilisation
Publication date and place2019
SeriesRadboud Studies in Humanities,
Classical history / classical civilisation