Α Short Review of the Research on Oil and Wine in Bronze Age Crete
This paper briefly traces the main lines of the investigation οn oil and wine in Bronze Age Crete, and places it within the wider framework of the related history of technology in the Eastern Mediterranean. Αn effort is made to co-examine archaeological, palaeoethnobotanic and epigraphic information οn these two products, through available bibliographic references οn three periods of archaeological excavation and research activity: the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, as well as the decades 1920-60, then 1970-90.
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