Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Distinctive Features

The amphora has a pointed base similar to the Dressel 9 and 10 similis, but has many different characteristics. The everted rim is emphasised by a projection of the top which is sometimes pricked by holes. It has a full ovoid body, characterised by a large spike with marked luting. This bears a resemblance to the base of the Haltern 70. The handle has a central groove.
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Date Range

Claudian
Search: [1st century BC]

Origin

Origins are in the region of Meaux (Seine-et-Marne).
Search: [France]

Distribution

Meaux (Seine-et-Marne) .
Search: [France] [North West Europe]

Contents

Unknown.

Comments

Principal contributor: Fanette Laubenheimer

Classification

Dressel 9 similis - Meaux

Terres d’Amphores

Terres d’Amphores
The above link will take you to the new digital database of amphora types and fabrics from Gaulish production centres, 1st - 3rd century A.D. (Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie, René-Ginouvès).