Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Stonea type



Distinctive Features

This type was first described by Keay and Carreras Monfort (1996). It is a piriform amphora with a low concave rim, pronounced handles with a circular profile and a flat ring foot. Its closest parallel is a complete vessel from Lenzburg (Ettlinger 1977: 13, Fig. 3).
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Date Range

The example from Stonea was found in a third century AD context.
Search: [3rd century AD]

Origin

Unknown.

Distribution

Found at Stonea in Cambridgeshire, Great Britain.
Search: [Great Britain] [North West Europe]

Contents

Unknown.

Comments

Principal contributor: David Williams