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New Kingdom wall painting of vineyard workers with sealed wine jars that are similar to the jars used for child burials at Retaba.

New Kingdom wall painting of vineyard workers with sealed wine jars that are similar to the jars used for child burials at Retaba.

Illustration of Egyptians harvesting grapes in a vineyard,treading the grapes in a press,& filling amphorae with new wine in Thebes.

Illustration of Egyptians harvesting grapes in a vineyard,treading the grapes in a press,& filling amphorae with new wine in Thebes.

Nouvelle acquisition latine 1673, fol. 103v, Saison : automne

Nouvelle acquisition latine 1673, fol. 103v, Saison : automne

Carpenters

Carpenters

Antique French Wine Press

Antique French Wine Press

Bread, quails, tilapia and carp fish, figs, raisins, and wine are awaiting preparation in this ancient kitchen scene. Tomb of Menna. 18th dynasty, ancient Egypt.

Bread, quails, tilapia and carp fish, figs, raisins, and wine are awaiting preparation in this ancient kitchen scene. Tomb of Menna. 18th dynasty, ancient Egypt.

Ancient Egyptian wine vessel. This clay vessel dates to the middle of the 2nd millennium BC.

Ancient Egyptian wine vessel. This clay vessel dates to the middle of the 2nd millennium BC.

Roman Wine seller, Dijon.

Roman Wine seller, Dijon.

Ancient Egyptians chilled their wine by pouring water over the tall clay storage jars. Evaporation did the rest. The jar's bottom was pointed so that it could be stood in an earthen floor, if no stand was available for that purpose. Judging by the contents of Tutankhamun's tomb, red wines were preferred. The shadoof, being used to lift water from a ditch into a field (right), was also introduced by the Hyksos, who became Egypt's 15th and 16th Dynasties.

Ancient Egyptians chilled their wine by pouring water over the tall clay storage jars. Evaporation did the rest. The jar's bottom was pointed so that it could be stood in an earthen floor, if no stand was available for that purpose. Judging by the contents of Tutankhamun's tomb, red wines were preferred. The shadoof, being used to lift water from a ditch into a field (right), was also introduced by the Hyksos, who became Egypt's 15th and 16th Dynasties.

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