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Salt in period times was mostly obtained from evaporating sea water. It was also used as an item for [[trade]].
 
Salt in period times was mostly obtained from evaporating sea water. It was also used as an item for [[trade]].
   
== External Links ==
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== References ==
 
* http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_salt
 
* http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_salt
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* Salt: grain of life / by Pierre Laszlo ; translated by Mary Beth Mader. [Chemins et savoirs du sel]. New York : Columbia University Press, c2001. ISBN 0231121989
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* Salt: a world history / Mark Kurlansky. New York : Walker and Co., c2002. ISBN 0142001619

Revision as of 06:46, 25 November 2003

Salt in period times was mostly obtained from evaporating sea water. It was also used as an item for trade.

References

  • http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_salt
  • Salt: grain of life / by Pierre Laszlo ; translated by Mary Beth Mader. [Chemins et savoirs du sel]. New York : Columbia University Press, c2001. ISBN 0231121989
  • Salt: a world history / Mark Kurlansky. New York : Walker and Co., c2002. ISBN 0142001619