Wine and the Vine in Upper Moesia Archaeological and Epigraphic Evidence
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Vine-growing and winemaking in the area of the Roman province of Upper Moesia are looked at based on the information supplied by the ancient sources, and the archaeological and epigraphic evidence (inscriptions, artistic depictions, vinedressing and winemaking implements, drinking and transport vessels). Viniculture is associated with the Greco-Roman cultural orbit, while the native central-Balkan tribes typically consumed alcoholic beverages made from cereals. Therefore the goal of the research is to shed as much light as currently possible on the significance of vine-growing and wine in the life of the inhabitants of Upper Moesia.
Keywords:wine / vine-growing / inscriptions / tools / amphorae / Balkans / Upper Moesia / Dionysus / Liber
Source:Balcanica, 2013, XLIV, 21-34
- Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts