Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Distinctive Features

High upright, cupped-rim with oval shaped handles and globular body, with a solid spike.
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Date Range

First to third centuries AD.
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A production centre has been found near Pergamon (Pers. Comm. T. Bezeczky), although it is likely there are others in the general region.
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Ephesus (Bezeczky, 2004), Adriatic region, Greece, Danube region and Black Sea area (Auriemma & Quiri, 2004).
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Principal contributor: David Williams


Knossos 15
Peacock & Williams 57
Zeest 90

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