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Manger à l’œil du notaire. L’alimentation et la table rurales en Nord-Isère au XVIIIe siècle d’après les inventaires après-décès

Abstract : In modern times, the rural world, the majority on French territory, tries daily to meet its simplest and most basic needs. Among these needs, the need to eat and drink was a constant challenge in the face of war, climate and royalties, which caused shortages, food shortages and even famine. Rural history is therefore rooted in a miserable vision of the population it studies, and of their diet. Against a backdrop of renewed interest in the cuisine of humble peasants in French historiography, this study attempts to describe the diet of the rural population in the North of the department of Isère in the 18th century, from the most affluent to the most miserable, while at the same time addressing the ways of cooking and eating. To do this, it relies on a well-known source in the history of materiality or daily life: post-death inventories.
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Benjamin Brazon. Manger à l’œil du notaire. L’alimentation et la table rurales en Nord-Isère au XVIIIe siècle d’après les inventaires après-décès. Histoire. 2020. ⟨dumas-03188457⟩

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