Pomegranates in eastern Mediterranean contexts during the Late Bronze Age

@article{Ward2003PomegranatesIE,
  title={Pomegranates in eastern Mediterranean contexts during the Late Bronze Age},
  author={Cheryl Ward},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={529 - 541}
}
  • C. Ward
  • Published 1 January 2003
  • History
  • World Archaeology
The recovery of botanical remains from the late fourteenth-century BCE Uluburun shipwreck near Ka., Turkey, provides a unique opportunity to examine the consumable components of an eliteoriented cargo, which included numerous pomegranate seeds, skin fragments and flower parts. Examination of pomegranate-shaped objects and botanical remains permits investigation of the establishment and development of the pomegranate as part of the ‘package’ of elite and luxury items exchanged by Bronze Age… 
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