Session 1623: At the Table
Thursday 4 July 2013, 11.15-12.45
|Moderator/Chair:||Geert van Iersel, Bartholomeus Society / Fontys Hogescholen, Tilburg|
|Paper 1623-a||Pleasure of Food in Ostrogothic Italy|
Index terms: Daily Life, Folk Studies
|Paper 1623-b||Late Medieval Restrictions on the Pleasures of the Table|
Index terms: Language and Literature - Comparative, Language and Literature - Middle English
The Romans loved their food which became more luxurious and elaborate as their empire increased. The food was inherently associated with social status in the Middle Ages therefore explores early medieval food and Ostrogothic eating behaviours and it’s changing in different contexts. The aim of this study to introduces Ostrogoths lifestyle changing when they settled down in Italy.