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The Italian Region with the capital Potenza is "at the boot sole". The viticulture can be up to the Phoenicians traced. The Romans called the land Lucania and this name is still common today in addition to Basilicata. The current name is derived from the Byzantine "basilikos", which in the 9th and 10th centuries was a name for the ruling province princes. The mountainous highlands are mainly composed of sedimentary rocks with clay, limestone and sand, and numerous streams of water flow through them. The Basilicata is from the three regions Apulia. Calabria and Campania locked in. There are two short coastal sections on the Tyrrhenian and Ionian seas.