22 October 2017

AN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY ON THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN WINES: THE EGYWINE PROJECT

Guasch-Jané, M.R.

Book03Proceedings of the 6th International Conference EUROMED 2016, Nicosia (Cyprus) October 31-November 5, 2016. Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation and Protection.M. Ioannides et al. (Eds.): EuroMed 2016, Part I, LNCS 10058, pp. 737–748, 2016. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-48496-9_59

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ABSTRACT: This article presents the research results of the ‘Irep en Kemet’ Project that studies the Ancient Egyptian wine culture and the newly developed website of the research project [www.wineofancientegypt.com] to transfer the knowledge and disseminate the results. For the first time, the corpus of the viticulture and winemaking scenes in the ancient Egyptian private tombs has been developed, together with the bibliographical and scene-detail databases. The second phase of the ‘Irep en Kemet’ website includes an interactive archaeological map of Egypt with the viticulture and winemaking scenes, and also the databases and the results of the research. Moreover, the objectives and preliminary results of the EGYWINE project that investigates the wine jars and wine inscriptions, and the ancient DNA of the Egyptian wines, are presented.

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Scenes Database

The database of the viticulture and winemaking scenes in the ancient Egyptian private tombs, PRO Acces

Scene BD

Bibliographic Database

The database of the bibliography about the viticulture and winemaking in ancient Egypt, FREE ACCES

Bibliographic DB

Photographic Mision

The photographic mission to document the viticulture and winemaking scenes in the Egyptian private tombs, PRO Acces

Photo Mision

Virtual Expo

The ancient Egyptian viticulture and winemaking scenes exhibition, FREE Acces

Virtual Tour