Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Pseudo-Koan



Pseudo-Koan

Courtesy of Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology
Donald Frey

Distinctive Features

This has two steeply arched heavy bifid handles with peaks higher than the rim, which is usually of the rounded variety. The neck is high and has a distinctive 'step', while the body is elongate with a plain button toe.
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Date Range

First century AD, to second century AD (Robinson, 1959; Grace, 1961: Fig. 60; Riley, 1979).
Search: [1st century AD] [2nd century AD]

Origin

Not known.
Search: [Unknown]

Distribution

It has a fairly widespread distribution throughout the eastern Mediterranean and also occurs in north Africa and Italy (Riley, 1979).
Search: [Eastern Mediterranean] [Italy] [North Africa] [North West Europe]

Contents

Unknown, but as the type appears to be copying the Koan amphora, wine would seem to be a strong possibility.

Comments

Principal contributor: David Williams

Classification

Benghazi Early Roman Amphora 2
Peacock & Williams 11