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Samian pottery, a resource for the study of Roman Britain and beyond [Sites web] : the results of the English heritage funded Samian Project. An e-monograph / Steven Willis

Publication : 2005 In : Internet archaeology, 17, ISSN 1363-5387Description : Words: 278,719 (2.1 MB) : Images: 21 (183 KB) + DatabaseLangue : Anglais. Auteur principal: Willis, Steven Résumé : Samian pottery (terra sigillata) is one of the best-quality data sources available for research in the Roman period. Its wide distribution, standardised typology and comparatively close dating combine to make this artefact class particularly amenable to analytical approaches. Examination of its archaeological occurrence reveals dimensions of patterning that provide a unique and exciting window upon the character of society and cultural practice during the Roman era..Sujets:sigillée italique -- localisation -- base de données -- inventaire Chrono: Empire romain Lieux: Angleterre Peuples:Samnites -- Romains URL: Accès en ligne
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Samian pottery (terra sigillata) is one of the best-quality data sources available for research in the Roman period. Its wide distribution, standardised typology and comparatively close dating combine to make this artefact class particularly amenable to analytical approaches. Examination of its archaeological occurrence reveals dimensions of patterning that provide a unique and exciting window upon the character of society and cultural practice during the Roman era.

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