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Did people already have wine bottles in the Celtic area in Austria (AT)?
No, the wine was served in largebuckets (Situlae). The Celts did however use bottle shaped vessels from , the so called lentil bottles.
Nein, der Wein wurde in großen Bronzeeimern (Situlen) aufgetragen, aber bei den Kelten gab es sehr wohl flaschenförmige Gefäße aus Ton, die so genannten Linsenflaschen.
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