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The study of archaeological and written sources made it possible to commence an extensive research project on Roman viticulture, starting in 2013 on the slopes of Mount Etna, in Sicily (Indelicato, Malfitana and Cacciaguerra, 2017). The general aim is to thoroughly examine the knowledge of the Roman wine production cycle in the period between the first century BC and the second century AD, when wine production turned into an identifiable "industry". The first result of these experiments was thedoaj:32562f8cf4724adca138b794d756157d fatcat:3jszbyjddrdr3exd3oqnles44q