Food is valuable in elizabethan england, far more so than in the modern world. a flock of 180 sheep is worth more than the average detached house. the difficulties of transportation mean that the food supply depends heavily on what grows locally and how much surplus is available. it also depends on the season. harvest is obviously a time of much grain and fruit. animals are traditionally slaughtered on martinmas (november 11) if the owner cannot afford to feed them through the winter. even the availability of fresh fish depends on the season. there is no use in trying to buy fresh turbot in december if you are more than twenty miles from the coast: only in summer is sea fish carried to markets that far inland. –the time traveler's guide to elizabethan england, ian mortimer what is the topic of the paragraph? housing in elizabethan england transportation in elizabethan england the food supply in elizabethan england
the food supply in Elizabethan England
The entire paragraph is about the food supply in Elizabethan England. It describes how food was valuable because it was not always easy to acquire. Travel was more difficult in Elizabethan England than in present day so the food supply was limited to what was available close by. Food options also varied by season. Some due to when certain fruits and vegetables were ale to grow and others due to when the food could be carried to different markets.
A flock of sheep in Elizabethan England was more valuable than a modern house.
The food supply in Elizabethan England depended on what was grown locally.
And, Transportation was difficult in Elizabethan England.
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Answer is B C D on edge
ANSWER IS B,C, AND D