Search Results

⇐ PreviousBrowse ⇑Next ⇒ Entry C.Chandezon, L’élevage en Grèce (fin Ve-fin 1er s. a.C.). L’apport des sources épigraphiques (Paris-Bordeaux 2003), presents a Corpus of 65 inscriptions bearing upon stock-breeding in Greece, the Aegean islands, Italy, Sicily and Asia Minor (17-274; texts

In: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online

The paper provides a critical review of the archaeozoological information from Ghanaian sites published up to now and summarizes the new faunal analysis of several Gonja and Asante sites. The data suggest the persistence of the use of the various wild animal resources available and limited reliance on domestic animals since late prehistoric times up to today, although certain resources such as molluscs, insects etc. may have limited or no visibility. Intensive utilisation of edible wild resources may be prevalent in African woodlands.

In: Journal of African Archaeology
Author: Yver, G.

into a tribe, amounts to 8,000 people. The natives live in numerous villages especially on Charki or scattered in isolated dwellings. They follow agriculture and stock-breeding, make ropes, mats, basket-work, etc., but the main industry is fishing. The shallows adjoining the islands are very rich in

πρῶτοι (πρωτεύοντες) in the elite, on the Pisidian elements in the city and on the sources of the elite’s wealth (above all land, of course; grain export [just possible but no evidence; cf. SEG 43 1207 on p. 439]; timber, stock-breeding). Nothing new. Entry metadata SEG entrySEG 45 1814Publication year

In: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online

.2 3 = LSCG 67; IG ΧΙΙ.5 2 = LSCG 105), prohibitions against the presence of private herds on sacred land (I.Cret. IIV 9; LSCG 37,2 79, 84, 91; Syll3 963), sale of livestock during festivals, and economic and social importance of distribution of sacrificial meet. For stock-breeding in general see our

In: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online

. argues that it is especially stock-breeding which is practiced in the Pedion); I.Priene 18 (OGIS 215; SEG 30 1360; 41 994; the κτήνη for which Larichos enjoys ἀτέλεια used the Pedion as pasture land) and I.Magnesia 93 (Syll.³ 679, recording inter alia ἡ τῶν κτηνῶν ἁρπαγή in the Pedion; see Chandezon, L

In: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online

, wool and a number of lambs and old sheep. By making the possession of 500 sheep equivalent to the annual production of 500 medimnoi of barley, Solon would have made equivalent two quite different things, and moreover, he would have stimulated stock-breeding too much. That was not his aim: to encourage

In: Mnemosyne
Author: Garnik Asatrian

.". - AiW, p.1381). The seasonal impregnation (insemination) of cattle - usually in the beginning of the autumn - by bringing together males and ewes has been a traditional custom among the stock-breeding Iranian peoples from the hoary past. The festival Ayal5rima in Old Iran fell on September-October and

In: Iran and the Caucasus

- Large farms - Market gardening . - Arboriculture (including olive trees) - Water and soil conservation works - seed and plant production - Flower growing - Cultivation in glasshouses - Woodland and pastoral production - - Stock-breeding (including breeding chickens, turkeys, rabbits, bees, etc.) 2

In: Arab Law Quarterly

. Twenty groups of virgin females (range 8–57 individuals) were hap- hazardly aspirated from the stock breeding cultures and placed in 2-l glass breeding containers; this was done to generate a broad range of random population sizes and sex ratios. Further, for each of the twenty groups of individuals, the

In: Behaviour