Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Dressel 2-4 Almadrava



Dressel 2-4 Almadrava

Courtesy of Museu Arqueològic de la Ciutat de Dénia (Dr. Josep Gisbert)
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Distinctive Features

There is some variation in the rim form of this type. Usually it is a thickened rounded rim, slightly down-turned but another variety shows a more square form of rim. There are bifid handles and a cylindrical body leading to a ?solid spike. Many of these vessels are stamped.
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Date Range

First to second centuries AD

Origin

It was produced in coastal areas of the Valencia region of eastern Spain (Gisbert Santonia, 1998) with workshops identified at such sites such as Almadrava, Oliva and Catarroja.
Search: [Spain] [Western Mediterranean]

Distribution

A thin distribution in the western Mediterranean region.
Search: [France] [Spain] [Western Mediterranean]

Contents

Wine is supposed.
Search: [Unknown]

Comments

Principal contributor: César Carreras

Classification

Callender 2
Camulodunum 182
Camulodunum 183
Koan Amphora
Peacock & Williams 10