Italian prehistorian Claudio Giardino examines the early underlying foundations of garum, the Roman variant of fish sauce. We All Float Down Here. He refers to specify of garum in Roman writing from the third and fourth century B.C., and stays of manufacturing plants creating garum considerably prior.
The fish bones staying at a garum manufacturing plant in Pompeii even prompted an increasingly exact dating of the emission of Mount Vesuvius. We All Float Down Here. Giardino takes note of that garum was well known all through the Roman Empire.