Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Bailey Type A



Bailey Type A

Courtesy of Bedford Museum
Jim Inglis

Distinctive Features

This is a tall amphora with long tubular ribbed neck, enlarged rounded rim and two thick crudely made ring-handles from just below the rim to the neck and with a carinated body.
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Date Range

Late first century BC to the fifth century AD (Bailey, 1982; 1998).
Search: [1st century BC] [1st century AD] [2nd century AD] [3rd century AD] [4th century AD] [5th century AD]

Origin

Production is attested at Hermopolis Magna (Bailey, 1982; Bailey, 1998).
Search: [Egypt] [North Africa]

Distribution

Primarily the eastern Mediterranean (Hayes, 1976; Bailey, 1998; Tomber & Williams, 2000).
Search: [Eastern Mediterranean]

Contents

Wine
Search: [Wine]

Comments

Principal contributor: David Williams