LIST OF FIGURES
|3 Pommard and Beaune from the Côte de Beaune ||16|
|4 Pinhão at the junction of the rivers Douro and Pinhão ||20|
|5 Robert Mondavi winery, Oakville, Napa Valley ||23|
|6 The global distribution of viticulture ||35|
|7 The composition of a grape ||36|
|8 The life cycle of Phylloxera vitifoliae||41|
|9 The traditional method of treading grapes: the vintage at Quinta da Foz, Pinhão, northern Portugal ||51|
|10 The construction of a modern winery, with stainless steel fermentation tanks, Cave des Hautes Côtes, Beaune ||52|
|11 The origins and spread of viticulture in south-west Asia and the eastern Mediterranean ||65|
|12 Relief from royal palace at Nineveh illustrating Ashurbanipal and his queen drinking under a bower of vines ||67|
|13 Vintage scene depicted on the walls of the tomb of Khaemwese (Thebes No. 261) c. 1450 BC ||70|
|14 Vintage scenes from Dynastic Egypt ||72|
|15 Banquet scene from the tomb of Nebamun (Thebes) c. 1450 BC ||74|
|16 Carved image of a Hittite god at Ivriz ||76|
|17 Statue of Bacchus with a personification of the vine (AD 150-200) ||88|
|18 Roman statue of Priapus (first-second century AD) ||92|
|19 Red Figure Kylix (480 BC) depicting wine drinking ||100|
|20 The spread of viticulture in Gaul ||114|
|21 Roman wine amphorae ||121|
|22 The distribution of Dressel 1 amphorae in Europe and the western Mediterranean ||122|
|23 A Roman bar at Ercolano (Herculaneum) (AD 79) ||125|
|24 Marble relief illustrating the transport of wine by ox caft ||130|
|25 Vintage scene from the roof of the Church of Santa Costanza, Rome ||143|
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Book title: Wine and the Vine: An Historical Geography of Viticulture and the Wine Trade.
Contributors: Tim Unwin - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: xi.
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