The Origins and Ancient History of Wine

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INDEX

a
A
Abesh-wine 204
“Admonition to Schoolboys” 11
Aegean area
and the Canaanite jar 240-250
grapevine cultivation 28-29
wine production 235-236
Akkadian language 99
Alalakh and wine importation 107
Alexandria and wine importation 331-333
Alum 283
Amblada 134
Amenhotep III 225, 226
Amorites 114
Amphoras 79-85, 167, 168, 317, 319 ,
See also Wine jars
Corinthian type A 324
Dressel type 1, 82
Dressel type 2-4, 80-83
French 79-80
Greco-Italic 82
in Greek trade 323-334
Knidian 331-333
Rhodian 325-326, 331
shape 220
size 110
Anatolia and Turkey 116-118
environment 135-136
frost occurrence 139
irrigation of vineyards 145-146
precipitation rate 138-139
soil quality 137-138
viticulture 133-171
archaeological evidence of 162-170
Anthocyanidins 42, 83
Argolid and wine vessels 296-297
Armenia 121, 134
viticulture 102-103
Assurbanipal 189-191
Assurnasirpal II 175-177
Assyria 114-115, 116
drinking bowls 187-188
wine consumption 118-121, 175-195
“Assyrian Doomsday Book” 121
Athenaeus 219
attitudes towards drinking wine 13
Athenian Agora 329, 331
Athens, Hellenistic and wine trade 331
Aton 224
Avicenna, See Ibn Sina of Afshena (Avicenna)
Ayuredic medicine 10

b
B
B/L index 263, 264
Babylonia 111-112, 122
viticulture 101-106, 122
Baqa155
Barrels, wooden 76
Basduk155
Bazaq155
Beer 202
consumption 106, 123, 125
in Assyria 115
nutritional content of 17-18
production 72
Beni Hasan 212
Bitumen imports 93
Blended wines 219
Blending bowls 184
Bronze Age
and grapes in Greece 263-265
and wine 269-284
Early 28
Byzantine Egypt and wine consumption 63-64

c
C
Cabernet varieties 41, 43
Calcium tartrate 68
Campstool Fresco 293, 295, 302

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