Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Bónis 31/5



Bónis 31/5

Courtesy of Dr. Ottó Sosztarits, Savaria Museum
Tamás Bezeczky

Distinctive Features

The rim is chalice-shaped, the neck is short, the body is bag-shaped and ends in a very small stub. The handles are attached to the neck below the rim horizontally, and reach the upper part of the body almost vertically. Their cross section is round. The shape is very similar to Dr 6B but the size is smaller.
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Date Range

From the early first to the second centuries AD
Search: [1st century AD] [2nd century AD]

Origin

Unknown
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Distribution

This amphora type was found in northern Italy, Noricum, Pannonia and Moesia: Aquileia, Emona, Flavia Solva, Poetovio, Savaria, Carnuntum, Baláca and Vindobona
Search: [Central Europe] [Italy] [North West Europe] [The Balkans]

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Comments

Principal contributor: Tamás Bezeczky