Cassava accessories in Oxford

by Luigi Guarino on March 2, 2013

The latest In Our Time sent me scurrying to the online database of Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum. Gotta love a museum whose collection you can search using the keyword “cassava accessory.” I also liked the historic photographs of the Luo, several of which include agricultural biodiversity.

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dianabuja March 3, 2013 at 2:20 pm

Now that’s interesting about cassava at the pitt-rivers, because just a few hours ago i received an email notifying of their just-released book “World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum: a characterization .” Exciting for folks like me out in the boon-docks, because all of the sections of the book can be downloaded from scribd. Dan Hicks is the mastermind behind all of this –
http://oxford.academia.edu/DanHicks. Will check to see if ‘cassava’ is noted in one of the scribd downloads…

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sanaa March 4, 2013 at 5:09 am

Dear Dr. Luigi
Thank you for submitting this post and before post ,
you say “I also liked the historic photographs ”
Middle East , are Israel , Palestinian
I have few some small photographs (region )date 25\8\1984 but this not include agricultural biodiversity.

I love Jews people and people at the world

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