Roman Pottery from Lilybaeum. Some remarks on imported products and transmarine contacts

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Abstract

This paper shall focus on the pottery of the excavations at Marsala, in the s.c. 'Zona Mura'. Imported fine tableware was mostly produced in North Africa, although its types were widespread in the western Mediterranean from the middle Imperial period to at least the 5th century. Furthermore, there is a considerable amount of fragments of cooking pots among the catalogued material. The considerable presence of Pantellerian Ware is likely due to the trade routes between northern Tunisia and western Sicily.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRegional Exchange of Ceramics – Case Studies and Methodology. Panel 5.7
Pages45-53
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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