Role of Wine in Pre-Historic Italy Revealed

Jan 19, 2016 1087

Bice Peruzzi, a doctoral student at the University of Cincinnati presented her findings at the 2016 Archaeological Institute of America/Society for Classics Studies Annual Meeting in San Francisco recently. Bice was studying the burial practices of people who were thought to have inhabited the Central Apulian region, south of Italian peninsula, between 525 and 200 BC.

These people left no written record of their existence, whatsoever. She told the conference, "After going through volumes of collected material, I realized that there was so much more that could be said about what was happening in the development of this particular culture.

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