Nourritures Médiévales: L’alimentation au Maghreb d’après les Sources Ibadites (xie–xiiie siècle)
AbstractIn their historical or hagiographical works, Ibāḍī historians from eleventh to
thirteenth century give a considerable number of accounts referring to everyday
life. This article gathers a lot of anecdotes regarding consumption of food, as well
as mentions of foodstuffs. The period studied goes from eighth to thirteenth
century and the accounts take place in the Ibāḍī regions of North Africa (Jabal
Nafūsa in Libya, Jarba Island and Jarīd in Tunisia, oasis of Sūf and wādī Rīġ,
region of Wargla, and Mzāb in Algeria).
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