Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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This is the Amphora Project developed by the Archaeology group at the University of Southampton.

The Amphora Project's key workers are:

  • Professor Simon Keay: Project Manager
  • Dr. David Williams: Senior Research Fellow & Project Supervisor

If you know the amphora or fabric type...

...start with

amphora catalogue

fabric catalogue

If you want to identify an amphora...

...start with

characteristics search

location search

For other sections use the menus to the left.

The Project has been funded by the Arts and Humanities Reasearch Council (AHRC) and has been produced in collaboration with the Archaeology Data Service. Many thanks to both organisations.