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AMPHORAS AND THE ANCIENT WINE TRADE

Virginia Grace

AMPHORAS AND THE ANCIENT WINE TRADE

by Virginia Grace

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Published by AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES ATATHENS in PRINCETON .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPREPARED BY VIRGINIA R. GRACE.
SeriesEXCAVATIONS OF THE ATHENIAN AGORA. PICTURE BOOKS -- NO.6
ContributionsAMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES AT ATHENS.
The Physical Object
Pagination(32)P
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21431658M

4. Amphoras in footed wooden stands, at the vintage, Egypt. Late 4th century B.C. To the right, boys are trampling grapes in a winepress; the juice pours from a spout into a trough. The jars are of Phoenician (left, without necks) and Greek types. 5, 6. Amphoras in clay ring supports, ancient drawing (5th century B.c.) and actualjar and stand.   Commercial amphoras are large ceramic vessels that were used from B.C. to A.D. to ship wine and other products throughout the Mediterranean, supplying the ancient Greek and Roman : Diana Twede.

WINES OF ANCIENT EGYPT. Before a royal winemaking industry was established in the Nile Delta, ca. B.C., the first pharaohs imported wine from the Levant, and soon developed a taste for it. using state-of-the-art techniques in collaboration with the U.S. Government Tax and Trade Commission Laboratory. The 26 wine amphoras of the boy.   French winemakers first learned the trade from the Etruscans, an ancient Italian civilization, kicking off domestic production around Author: Colin Schultz.

  Nevertheless, in the case of the Chian amphoras, ancient sources leave little doubt about their principle content: Chian wine was famous throughout antiquity, as it was a staple export product of the island from the Classical to the Roman period (Boardman, ; Sarikakis, ).   This volume presents contemporary evidence scientific, archaeological, botanical, textual, and historical for major revisions in our understanding of winemaking in antiquity. Among the subjects covered are the domestication of the Vinifera grape, the wine trade, the iconography of ancient wine, and the analytical and archaeological challenges posed by ancient wines.


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Although this booklet is based on broken pottery found during the excavation of the Agora, the author ranges far beyond the confines of Athens in her discussion of the purpose and significance of different amphora types.

Amphoras were used in the ancient world to transport various different types of products, including wine and oil. The author shows how chronological variations in shape and the geographical clues offered by stamped handles make amphoras a.

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(Meriden, Conn. ); available on site at the Agora Museum and from the American School of Classical Studies, c/o the Institute. Ancient Thasos was renowned for its wine, which was heavily exported in ceramic amphoras across the eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea. Once a principal market in this trade, the Athenian Agora is now home to one of the largest collections of stamped amphora fragments from the island of Thasos, including items dating from the beginning.

The distribution of amphoras gives us some idea of the geographical scope of the Romans' wine trade in Gaul by the first century CE. Toulouse itself became an important center for the Italian wine trade, and wine from Campania was shipped from there down the Garonne River to Bordeaux and to communities in southwest : University of California Press.

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Alfavitario: A Greek Alphabet Book for Children by Alexandros Delmouzos, Pavlos Nirvanas, Zacharias Papantoniou, Manolis Triantafyllidis, with illustrations by Konstantinos Maleas () Amphora Stamps from Thasos (Athenian Agora XXXVII).

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I & II by A. L. His books include A Short History of Wine ( and widely translated) and his book on the global history of alcohol will appear in Rod has contributed entries on wine and alcohol to many encyclopedias, and he also writes on current wines for wine magazines, including The World of Fine Wine (UK).