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A kiss to detect wine on her breath: the violent policing of women drinking in Ancient Rome

By Lily Moore, PhD Candidate in Classics and Archaeology, The University of Melbourne
Despite wine’s centrality to the everyday life of the Romans, the ancient sources continuously attest it was a problematic drink when consumed by women.The Conversation

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