Granarium est aedificium vel conclave in horreo ad frumentum tritum vel pabulum coacervandum designatum. Granaria antiqua vel prisca saepissime opere fictili efficiuntur. Granaria saepe exstruuntur supra solum ad cibum repositum a muribus aliisque animalibus arcendum.

Granarium simplex.
Granariformis artis geometricae Graeciae antiquae capsa, circa 850 a.C.n.. Exhibitio in Museo Agorae Antiquae Athenis, in Stoa Attali curata.

Vexatores granariorumRecensere

Praeter rodentia, constat inter agricolas unum ex exitialiissimis frumentorum seminumque in granariis coacervatorum vexatoribus esse Trogoderma granarium,[1][2] coleopterum quod ex Asia Meridiana ortum est.

NotaeRecensere

  1. J. Stibick (2007), New Pest Response Guidelines: Khapra Beetle Formula:Webarchive APHIS–PPQ–Emergency and Domestic Programs (Riverdale Terrae Mariae: United States Department of Agriculture), p. 1-1.
  2. "Exemplar archivatum" .

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Kuijta, Ian, et Bill Finlayson. 2009. "Evidence for food storage and predomestication granaries 11,000 years ago in the Jordan Valley." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106, no. 27 (7 Julii). Textus interretialis.
  • Lake, Jeremy. 1989. Historic Farm Buildings: An Introduction and Guide. Londinii.
  • Noble, Allen G. 2007. Traditional Buildings: A Global Survey of Structural Forms and Cultural Functions. Novi Eboraci: Tauris.
  • Peters, J. E. C. 2003. Discovering Traditional Farm Buildings. Princes Risborough: Shire Books. ISBN 0852635567.

Mexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad granaria spectant.