Salt: A World History Character Descriptions

Mark Kurlansky
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Settlements by the sea would create inland pools to evaporate large amounts of this element. In the 20th and 21st centuries, however, industrial creation has led to companies in the United States offering low cost of the product throughout the world.


This is a fairly large whitefish that is native to the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding northern seas though there is also a Pacific variety. It has flaky meat that lacks very much fat. This lack of fat is one of the reasons it has played such an important role with salt.


His philosophy focuses on the importance of proper social interaction and stability in the social system.


They were a diverse group of related tribal societies that inhabited most of Europe and Britain until around the first century B.C.


They are an ethic group of people living in an area...

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