Roman Amphorae: a digital resource

University of Southampton, 2005 (updated 2014)

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Your search: Amphorae found in Tunisia
43 Amphora type(s) found.

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i Africana 2B Pseudo-Tripolitanian
i Africana 3A
i Africana 3B
i Agora M254
i Almagro 54
i Ancient Tripolitanian Amphora
i Beirut 3
i Beltrán 2B
i Carthage Early Roman 4
i Crypta Balbi 2
i Dressel 2-4 African
i Dressel 21-22
i Dressel 30 - Tunisian Variants
i Egloff 172
i Hammamet 1
i Hammamet 2
i Hammamet 3
i Keay 27
i Keay 34
i Keay 36
i Keay 39
i Keay 56
i Keay 61C
i Keay 62A, D & E
i Keay 8A
i Keay 8B
i Late Roman Amphora 1
i Late Roman Amphora 5
i Leptiminus 1
i Leptiminus 2
i Mau 35
i Sidi Jdidi 1
i Sidi Jdidi 2
i Spatheion 2
i Spatheion 3
i Station 48 Ostia
i Tripolitanian 1
i Tripolitanian 2
i Tripolitanian 3
i Uzita 52, 10
i Van der Werff 1
i Van der Werff 2
i Van der Werff 3

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