Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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MRA 2 fabric

Fabric Visual Characteristics

Material from Benghazi is normally in a hard, smooth fabric with small white limestone inclusions, buff (7.5YR 7/4) in colour. At Athens this amphora occurred in both red and buff coloured clay, some of which were considered to be locally made (Riley, 1979).

Fabric Petrological Characteristics

Samples from the kiln at Keratokambos in southern Crete were found to contain chert and limestone but were lacking in mica (Riley, 1979). A number of samples from Benghazi all contained plentiful mica, together with quartz and limestone.

Amphora made from this fabric

 

None.