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Of Vines and Wines
The Production and Consumption of Wine in Anatolian Civilizations through the Ages


Editors:  Thys-Senocak L.

Year: 2017
ISBN: 978-90-429-3448-1
Pages: VIII-235 p.
Price: 98 EURO

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This volume explores the long, rich traditions of viticulture and wine production in Anatolia and Thrace, from the Neolithic era to the present day. Chapters by ten contributing authors illustrate the important and varied roles that viticulture has played in the Anatolian region, and how the vine and wine have shaped the civilizations of Anatolian peoples for millennia. Examining archaeological remains, archival and historical texts, works of art, the records of chroniclers, ethnographic data, migration and demographic patterns, and contemporary legislation and advertising, the ten authors collectively reveal the importance of wine production and consumption in Anatolia's past, and demonstrate why its legacy of tangible and intangible cultural heritage should be valued in the present, and protected in the future.

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