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Excellence Through Classics : Bread in Ancient Rome

May 5 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Old School Kitchen: Baking Bread with the Romans (Baltimore, MD)

Bread in Ancient Rome: Form, Function, Symbolism and Sustenance.

Join award-winning archaeologist, Farrell Monaco, for a live BAKING presentation and lesson focused on bread and bread-making in ancient Rome. Farrell will discuss the archaeology of bread in ancient Rome, sources of evidence, the known varieties, methods of manufacture, form, function and symbolism.

A Roman bread recipe will be provided to participants in advance. N.B. Please prepare your dough the day prior to the webinar so it can bake while in the session. N.B.B. Some materials shared during the session will only be available during the live webinar.

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The Old School Kitchen with Farrell Monaco
The Old School Kitchen with Farrell Monaco
Summary
Event
Bread in Ancient Rome: Form, Function, Symbolism and Sustenance.
Location
Zoom Meeting,
Starting on
May 5, 2020
Ending on
May 5, 2020
Join award-winning archaeologist, Farrell Monaco, for a live BAKING presentation and lesson focused on bread and bread-making in ancient Rome. Farrell will discuss the archaeology of bread in ancient Rome, sources of evidence, the known varieties, methods of manufacture, form, function and symbolism.  A Roman bread recipe will be provided to participants in advance. N.B. Please prepare your dough the day prior to the webinar so it can bake while in the session.  N.B.B.Some materials shared during the session will only be available during the live webinar.   
Summary
Event
Bread in Ancient Rome: Form, Function, Symbolism and Sustenance.
Location
Zoom Meeting,
Starting on
May 5, 2020
Ending on
May 5, 2020
Join award-winning archaeologist, Farrell Monaco, for a live BAKING presentation and lesson focused on bread and bread-making in ancient Rome. Farrell will discuss the archaeology of bread in ancient Rome, sources of evidence, the known varieties, methods of manufacture, form, function and symbolism.  A Roman bread recipe will be provided to participants in advance. N.B. Please prepare your dough the day prior to the webinar so it can bake while in the session.  N.B.B.Some materials shared during the session will only be available during the live webinar.