Objects & Places from Salt: A World History

Mark Kurlansky
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A chemical compound with a ph greater than 7.


This is a chemical compound with a ph less than 7.


This is a collective farm in Israel. The ideal of collective farming was popularized by Theodore Herzl and became a reality once the state of Israel was founded.


This is a legume that has become a dietary staple in China.


Called poor man's salt it was often used by the poor when table salt was not available.


This was the most important port of ancient Rome and an important salt works.


This is a condiment common to ancient Roman cuisine made of a salty brine and fermented fish.


This was the name for the hated salt tax in France. Each French person was required to buy a certain amount of salt from the state each year and was made even more unjust...

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