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Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : wine and oil presses in central Adriatic Italy between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : evidence and problems

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This paper focuses on the potential contribution of wine and olive oil production to the agrarian economy of Adriatic central Italy between the 2nd century BC and the 2nd century AD. The study area assessed in this paper includes the Marche and northern Abruzzo. The application of a global approach incorporates the analysis of the available evidence in the countryside related to the manufacturing of wine and oil, and the cross-fertilization between archaeological, textual and ceramic documentation. It discusses its associated methodological problems and seeks to determine the production scale of these food products. It also raises the question whether the integration of our sources could allow for a deeper understanding of how these productions fitted within intra and extra regional economic networks.
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Roman economy, agriculture, wine, oil

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Van Limbergen, Dimitri. “Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : Wine and Oil Presses in Central Adriatic Italy Between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : Evidence and Problems.” Ed. EM Moormann. BULLETIN ANTIEKE BESCHAVING 86 (2011): 71–94. Print.
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Van Limbergen, D. (2011). Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : wine and oil presses in central Adriatic Italy between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : evidence and problems. (E. Moormann, Ed.)BULLETIN ANTIEKE BESCHAVING, 86, 71–94.
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Van Limbergen, Dimitri. 2011. “Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : Wine and Oil Presses in Central Adriatic Italy Between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : Evidence and Problems.” Ed. EM Moormann. Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 86: 71–94.
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Van Limbergen, Dimitri. 2011. “Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : Wine and Oil Presses in Central Adriatic Italy Between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : Evidence and Problems.” Ed. EM Moormann. Bulletin Antieke Beschaving 86: 71–94.
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Van Limbergen D. Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : wine and oil presses in central Adriatic Italy between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : evidence and problems. Moormann E, editor. BULLETIN ANTIEKE BESCHAVING. Peeters Publishers; 2011;86:71–94.
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D. Van Limbergen, “Vinum Picenum and Oliva Picena : wine and oil presses in central Adriatic Italy between the Late Republic and the Early Empire : evidence and problems,” BULLETIN ANTIEKE BESCHAVING, vol. 86, pp. 71–94, 2011.
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  volume       = {86},
  year         = {2011},
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