Wine, oil, and knowledge networks across the Graeco-Roman Cyclades: new data from Paros and Naxos in 2021

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Abstract

This article provides a catalogue and discussion of material from surveys undertaken in 2021 across Paros and Naxos as part of the ‘Wine, oil, and knowledge networks in the ancient Cyclades’ project. A broad range of new data was recovered and recorded, most of which supports previous theories regarding (micro) regional press type preference, production landscapes and habits on Cycladic islands from the Hellenistic to Late Antique eras. In particular, the Cheimarrou tower site and Kastro Apalirou (Naxos) provide insight into two different modes of agricultural productivity and contribute comparative data to previously recorded material from Delos, Paros, Amorgos, Antiparos, Tinos, and Mykonos.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)155-167
Number of pages17
JournalMediterranean Archaeology
Volume34/35
Issue number(2021/2022)
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Keywords

  • Archaeology
  • Roman
  • Greek
  • Aegean
  • Greece
  • Agriculture
  • Wine
  • Olive oil
  • Production
  • Landscape archaeology
  • Hellenistic
  • Cyclades

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