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Wine consumption in the Kvarner and Podvelebit area (NE Adriatic) in the last centuries BCE: evidence from amphorae finds


Glavaš, Vedrana; Konestra, Ana; Tonc, Asja
Wine consumption in the Kvarner and Podvelebit area (NE Adriatic) in the last centuries BCE: evidence from amphorae finds // 3rd rd IARPotHP Kaštela 2017. Exploring the Neighborhood: The Role of Ceramics in Understanding Place in the Hellenistic World, Programme and Book of Abstracts / Kamenjarin, Ivanka ; Urgaković, Marina (ur.).
Kaštela: Muzej grada Kaštela, Institut za arheologiju, 2017. str. 99-99 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Wine consumption in the Kvarner and Podvelebit area (NE Adriatic) in the last centuries BCE: evidence from amphorae finds

Autori
Glavaš, Vedrana ; Konestra, Ana ; Tonc, Asja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
3rd rd IARPotHP Kaštela 2017. Exploring the Neighborhood: The Role of Ceramics in Understanding Place in the Hellenistic World, Programme and Book of Abstracts / Kamenjarin, Ivanka ; Urgaković, Marina - Kaštela : Muzej grada Kaštela, Institut za arheologiju, 2017, 99-99

ISBN
978-953-6064-34-2

Skup
3rd rd IARPotHP Kaštela 2017. Exploring the Neighborhood: The Role of Ceramics in Understanding Place in the Hellenistic World

Mjesto i datum
Kaštela, Hrvatska, 01.-04.06.2017

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Kvarner ; Podvelebit ; wine amphorae

Sažetak
Evidence of seaborne wine commerce from the 3rd to the 1st c. BCE in the eastern Adriatic has so far been identified on the basis of underwater finds of mainly Graeco-Italic and Lamboglia 2 amphorae, the latter being the most common type identified. Wrecks or isolated finds of these amphorae have also been identified in the northernmost area of the eastern Adriatic – the Kvarner gulf and the area streaching below the Velebit range and adiacent islands. Nevertheless, this material from mainland sites has rarely been published, with the exception of a few areas in central Dalmatia, while the northern Adriatic has yielded only sporadic publications of this material from terrestrial context. The aim of this contribution is to preliminarily present finds of early amphorae from terrestrial sites from the northernmost area of ancient Dalmatia - northern Liburnia. Although the material mostly derives from field surveys (thus any quantification would be misleading) or undergoing excavations, it provides evidence of wine consuption on numerous late Iron age hillforts and identifies early Roman occupation on newly established, mainly coastal, sites. Thereby it provides evidence of two distinct modes of consumption which can be useful in the understanding of the spread of practices usually connected with Classical culture and thought of as foreign to the local populations.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Ustanove
Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb