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Secundum [[Michael Pexenfelder|Pexenfelderum]], melicratum recens "'''officinae [[iulapium|iulepum]]'''" dicebatur.<ref name="Pexenfelder">''Apparatus Eruditionis'', [http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/pexen/pexen1/s0231.html p. 201]</ref>
Graecis et Romanis antiquis hydromeli raro in usu erat, sed [[medus]] frequentissimus erat apud Germanos antiquos, et multas alias gentes Europaeas Medii Aevi. Adhuc potatur a Polonibus et (nomine ''[[tej]]'') Aethiopibus. Videtur fortasse *''[[medus|medhu]]'' Indoeuropaeis priscis placuisse. Potiones ''[[xtabentún]]'' et ''[[balché]]'' a [[Maya|Mayis]] sumuntur.
== Hydromelitis genera ==
* Abel Alves, "Mead: A Study in Human Culture's Interaction with the Natural Environment and Other Animals" in ''Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment'' vol. 13 (2006) pp. 151-166 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/44070264 JSTOR]
* Bekele Bahiru, Tetenike Mehari, Mogessie Ashenafi, "[https://www.researchgate.net/publication/27794522_Chemical_and_nutritional_properties_of_%27tej%27_an_indigenous_Ethiopian_honey_wine_variations_within_and_between_production_units Chemical and nutritional properties of 'tej', an indigenous Ethiopian honey wine: variations within and between production units]" in ''Journal of Food Technology in Africa'' vol. 6 (2001)
* James H. Dickson, "Bronze Age Mead" in ''Antiquity'' vol. 52 (1978) p. 108 sqq. [https://search.proquest.com/openview/cd067ff2273c832d48cc35a407f5c0ef/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=1818741 Prima pagina]
* Crystal A. Dozier, "Saccharomyces cerevisiae Fermentation Effects on Pollen: Archaeological Implications" in ''Ethnobiology Letters'' vol. 7 (2016) pp. 32-37 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/26423641 JSTOR]
* Elisa Guerra-Doce, "[https://www.academia.edu/14716982/The_Origins_of_Inebriation_Archaeological_Evidence_of_the_Consumption_of_Fermented_Beverages_and_Drugs_in_Prehistoric_Eurasia The Origins of Inebriation: Archaeological Evidence of the Consumption of Fermented Beverages and Drugs in Prehistoric Eurasia]" in ''Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory'' vol. 22 (2015) pp. 751-782 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/43654200 JSTOR]
* Patrick E. McGovern, Gretchen R. Hall, "Charting a Future Course for Organic Residue Analysis in Archaeology" in ''Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory'' vol. 23 (2016) pp. 592-622 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/43967206 JSTOR]
* Patrick E. McGovern, Gretchen R. Hall, Armen Mirzoian, "[https://www.academia.edu/43367436/A_biomolecular_archaeological_approach_to_Nordic_grog A biomolecular archaeological approach to Nordic grog]" in ''Danish Journal of Archaeology'' (2013) pp. 112-131
* Dagfinn Moe, Klaus Oeggl, "Palynological evidence of mead: a prehistoric drink dating back to the 3rd millennium B.C." in ''Vegetation History and Archaeobotany'' vol. 23 (2014) pp. 515-526 [https://www.jstor.org/stable/43554266 JSTOR]
* Elsa Ramalhosa et al., "[https://www.academia.edu/8404526/Mead_Production Mead Production: Tradition Versus Modernity]" in ''Advances in Food and Nutrition Research'' vol. 63 (2011) pp. 101-118
== Nexus externi ==
* [https://www.bjcp.org/mead/meadbibliography.pdf Bibliographia hydromelitis]
* Susan Verberg, "[https://www.academia.edu/27757569/Brew_Mead_Like_a_Viking Brew Mead Like a Viking]"