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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 34, Number 3, 3 February 2003

When is food a luxury?
pp. 405-427(23)
Author: van der Veen, Marijke

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Beyond affluence: the zooarchaeology of luxury
pp. 428-441(14)
Authors: Ervynck, Anton; Van Neer, Wim; Hüster-Plogmann, Heide; Schibler, Jörg

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Did East Polynesians have a concept of luxury foods?
pp. 442-457(16)
Author: Leach, Helen

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New archaeological insights into food and status: a case study from pre-contact Hawaii
pp. 484-497(14)
Authors: Kirch, Patrick; O'Day, Sharyn Jones

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Archaeology, luxury and the exotic: the examples of Islamic Gao (Mali) and Bahrain
pp. 558-570(13)
Authors: MacLean, Rachel; Insoll, Timothy

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'Luxury foods' in medieval Islamic societies
pp. 571-580(10)
Author: Waines, David

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