[Sca-cooks] Honey child
lordhunt at gmail.com
Mon Jan 29 18:30:04 PST 2007
> Galloway, J.H., "The sugar cane industry. An historical geography from its
> origins to 1914;" Cambridge, 1989. I think Galloway also wrote the entry
> for Sugar in the Cambridge World History of Food.
You are very correct I have consulted it. I need to go back to it to
see what I cited there. Many thanks for the reference.
Trying to recall my citations which are extremely ill documented.
Today I thought about bear teeth problems because they eat a lot of
honey as did people before sugar. So that is where you are helping me
clean up my job. In the Middle Ages we do not have cavities documented
in relation to loose of teeth as far as I can see in relation to some
three areas of dentistry. The fourth is the recourse to extract the
tooth of the area affected. I think that is where we are lacking info,
why were so many teeth lacking from corpses by age 20 for example? Too
we have lack of calcium especially in women birthing from 14 years too
we cultivate hard grains. That takes us up to the Vandals or when??? . . .
Sugar maybe an indication of cavities at some point in history but I
think my Henry IV of Castile, my Henry, and his court had more problems
Yeah the subject goes on but I don't want to mess up your internet
time with me.
Sorry we are trying to put my brains back to work but we are rather
lame due to my pain. . . but we are very hopeful that tomorrow I will be
better and will be able to remember more. Thank you for baring with me.
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