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Una jarra de "terra sigillata" hallada en "Segobriga" (Saelices, Cuenca. "Conventus carthaginensis") y la chronologia del templo de culto imperial [Extrait] / [Cebrián Fernández, Rosario]

Publication : 2002 In : Lucentum, 19-20, ISSN 0213-2338Description : p. 209-213Langue : Espagnol . Auteur principal: Cebrián Fernández, Rosario (1966-....) Co-auteur: Sanfeliu Lozano, Daniel Résumé : A 3-wing building was discovered during the 2000 excavations in Segobriga. Identified as a temple of imperial worship, it was constructed during the same period as the monumental thermae. The discovery of this temple, together with the pottery recovered from foundation trenches and levelling fillings, dates the construction from the flavian period. There we highlight a jar which belongs to the first sigillata productions of "Tritium Magallum"..Sujets:temple -- technique de construction -- culte impérial -- thermes -- sigillée -- scène -- iconographie -- artisanat Chrono:Antiquité romaine -- Empire romain Lieux:Monde romain occidental -- Espagne -- Saelices -- Péninsule ibérique -- Provinces romaines Mots libres: Ibérie .
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A 3-wing building was discovered during the 2000 excavations in Segobriga. Identified as a temple of imperial worship, it was constructed during the same period as the monumental thermae. The discovery of this temple, together with the pottery recovered from foundation trenches and levelling fillings, dates the construction from the flavian period. There we highlight a jar which belongs to the first sigillata productions of "Tritium Magallum".

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