Archestratos was an ancient epicurean poet from Gela in Sicily, who wrote in the mid-4th century BCE. His intention was to “record to all Greece of what [he’d] found,” and where he’d found it, in the way of all things gastronomical: wine, bread, olives, and, especially, fish.

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