Greek and Roman Recipes

Statue of the god Asclepius — a Greco-Roman god who was associated with healing and medicine. Greece, 400-200 BCE. Credit: Wellcome Library, London.

Special series edited by Laurence Totelin (Cardiff University) in January 2015.

We also regularly feature posts on recipes in the ancient world, see here and here.

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  1. Hi,
    would you be interested in an article entitled: “A Paduan medical menu. Da Monte’s alimentary recommendations against cancer (1554-1583)”?
    Best regards.
    Prof. Dr. Daniel Droixhe Brussels and Liege Universities
    Member of the Academy
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