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The History of Wines in Hungary and Italy

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by Edward Randolph Emerson
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The History of Wines in Hungary and Italy by Edward Randolph Emerson

The History of Wines in Hungary and Italy by Edward Randolph Emerson gives a brief history of wine and the vine in Both Hungary and Italy. "In the minds of the early Romans, that part of the country now known as Hungary was so inferior and unworthy that it would not bear development. It was left to the Emperor Probus, in the third century, to inaugurate the cultivation of the vine in this region. There is abundant evidence that the vine did not exist in Hungary while under the dominion of the Huns, nor did the people care for its products."

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Pages: 32
Size: 955 KB
Publisher: Garnsey Press
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9781473383227 (DRM-EPUB)

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