This report, part of a wider project involving the ancient landscapes of Himera and Thermae, presents thearchaeological and archaeometric results on Late Roman amphorae and coarse/cooking wares from Termini Imerese.The aim is also to illustrate the distribution of the same types of Roman pottery in the hinterland of Thermae, where theDept. of Cultural Heritage of Palermo University has carried out intensive surveys (from 1982, published from 1988until 2009). A good documentation of African amphorae, coarse/cooking wares, produced both in Byzacena andZeugitana, and also local amphorae and coarse/cooking wares and Pantellerian ware, have been found both inThermae and in the hinterland, together with African red slip ware and lamps (not illustrated).
|Numero di pagine||12|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|