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Manger et boire à la mode étrangère : adoption, adaptation et rejet des pratiques festives continentales dans la Grande-Bretagne du viie siècle

Abstract : Adressing Foreign Food Habits: Adapting, Copying or Rejecting Continental Feasting Practices in 7th- century Britain. The study of imported tableware (both glass and ceramic) can allow us to understand more deeply some cases of cultural, economic and even political interaction, for which two archaeological/anthropological models have generally been used: peer-polity and core-periphery interaction. Four areas in 7th century Britain are here considered: Cornwall, Dalriada, Kent and East Anglia. This paper argues that these regions may be seen as belonging to a whole spectrum of interaction situations, between each other and with the European Continent, ranging from mere influence to cultural and symbolic autonomy.
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Alban Gautier. Manger et boire à la mode étrangère : adoption, adaptation et rejet des pratiques festives continentales dans la Grande-Bretagne du viie siècle. Medievales -Paris-, Puv, 2006, pp.37-52. ⟨10.4000/medievales.1550⟩. ⟨hal-02131220⟩

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