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 Probus Marcus Aurelius

Probus Marcus Aurelius

Glossary term

Probus Marcus Aurelius

The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius Probus (232-282) secured in his battles against the Franks, Alemanni, Burgundians, Vandals and Goths, the Rhine and Danube. In the year 280, he lifted the Emperor Domitian (51-96) in 92 ban imposed on, in the provinces outside of Italy to plant vines and clearing of existing vineyards in part. In the "Historia Augusta" (contemporary imperial history) is mentioned: Gallis et omnibus ac Hispanis Britt Annis hinc permisit, ut rent vites have vinumque conficerent (He allowed all the Gauls, Spaniards and Britons to own grapes and make wine). In Germany and Austria it is considered the founder of the vineyard and is even in the vicinity of Wine Gods moved. Althoug...
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