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AMPHORA 1

AMPHORA 1

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, wich has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. The completely preserved body is missing only the top of the bottom without significant traces of incrustations. DIMENSIONS: height 72 cm: rim diameter 17 cm PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century

AMPHORA 2

AMPHORA 2

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section. The body has shape of a bag and a pointed base. Completely preserved, without significant traces of incrustations. DIMENSIONS: height 90 cm; rim diameter 15 cm PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 3

AMPHORA 3

TYPE: MGS4, Greek-Italian DESCRIPTION: An elongated heart-shaped amphora with a sharply cut shoulder and an extended neck. The handles are long and circular in cross-section, and the rim is beveled. The amphora is well preserved, but extremely incrusted on the neck, rim and handles. PRODUCTION: Italy (Sicily, Calabria) DIMENSIONS: height 88 cm, rim diameter 16,5 cm DATING: 2nd - 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine.

AMPHORA 4

AMPHORA 4

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Completely preserved, without significant traces of incrustations. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 85 cm; rim diameter 19,5 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce

AMPHORA 5

AMPHORA 5

TYPE: Dressel 6A, August 38 DESCRIPTION: The so-called amphora of the Istrian type with an accentuated lower part of the belly, a long cylindrical neck, a rounded rim and vertical rounded handles of a circular cross-section. Well preserevd with slight incrustation on the upper part. PRODUCTION: Italy, northwestern Europe, Istria DIMENSIONS: height 82 cm, rim diameter 16, 5 cm; handle thickness 3,2 cm DATING: 1st century BC-1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine and fish sauce-garum.

AMPHORA 6

AMPHORA 6

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Completely preserved, without significant traces of incrustations. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 88 cm; rim diameter 15 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 7

AMPHORA 7

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved, but very encrusted. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 86,5 cm; rim diameter 18 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 8

AMPHORA 8

TYPE: MGS4, Greek-Italian DESCRIPTION: An elongated heart-shaped amphora with a sharply cut shoulder and an extended neck. The handles are long and circular in cross-section, and the rim is beveled. The amphora is preserved whole with incrustation on the rim, neck and upper part of the handles. PRODUCTION: Italy (Sicily, Calabria) DIMENSIONS: height 86 cm; rim diameter 16,5 cm DATING: 2nd - 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine.

AMPHORA 9

AMPHORA 9

TYPE: MGS4, Greek-Italian DESCRIPTION: An elongated heart-shaped amphora with a sharply cut shoulder and an extended neck. The handles are long and circular in cross-section, and the rim is beveled. The amphora is well preserved, but extremely incrusted on the neck, rim and handles. PRODUCTION: Italy (Sicily, Calabria) DIMENSIONS: height 90 cm; rim diameter 16,5 cm DATING: 2nd - 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine.

AMPHORA 10

AMPHORA 10

TYPE: P&W class 51 (Spatia 1, Benghazi LR8, Keay 26) DESCRIPTION: The term spatheion refers to a group of African amphorae with a long, narrow body that tapers into a spike, a rather tall neck with a flared rim, and two short handles. The amphora is poorly preserved without the upper part and is heavily incrusted. PRODUCTION:: Tunis, Carthage DIMENSIONS: height 43 cm; DATING: 4th-5th century PURPOSE: It was used to transport olives.

AMPHORA 11

AMPHORA 11

TYPE: P&W class 51 (Spatia 1, Benghazi LR8, Keay 26) DESCRIPTION: The term spatheion refers to a group of African amphorae with a long, narrow body that tapers into a spike, a rather tall neck with a flared rim, and two short handles. The amphora is preserved in its entirety without incrustation. PRODUCTION:: Tunis, Carthage DIMENSIONS: height 72 cm; rim diameter 10,5 cm DATING: 4th-5th century PURPOSE: It was used to transport olives.

AMPHORA 12

AMPHORA 12

TYPE: P&W class 9 ( Rodski tip, Ostia 65, Camulodunum 184, Callender 7, August 6) DESCRIPTION: Amphora with a simple rounded rim, cylindrical neck and long handles with a sharp top. The body tapers into a spike and it has folds. The amphora is very well preserved without traces of incrustation. PRODUCTION: The Aegean region, the island of Rhodes and western Asia Minor DIMENSIONS: height 70 cm; rim diameter 10, 5 cm DATING: 1st century BC-1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine.

AMPHORA 13

AMPHORA 13

TYPE: MGS4, Greek-Italian DESCRIPTION: An elongated heart-shaped amphora with a sharply cut shoulder and an extended neck. The handles are long and circular in cross-section, and the rim is beveled. The amphora is well preserevd, but the whole amphora is very inlaid. PRODUCTION: Italy (Sicily, Calabria) DIMENSIONS: height 78,5 cm; rim diameter 18,5 cm DATING: 2nd- 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine.

AMPHORA 14

AMPHORA 14

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Very well preserved without traces of incrustation. PRODUCTION: Italy (Sicily, Calabria) DIMENSIONS: height 88,5 cm; rim diameter 15,5 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 15

AMPHORA 15

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with slight incrustation. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 79 cm; rim diameter 17 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 16

AMPHORA 16

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with slight incrustation. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 99 cm, rim diameter 16 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 17

AMPHORA 17

TYPE: Brindisian (Ostia 66, P & W class 1) DESCRIPTION: A heart-shaped amphora with a thicker elongated neck and round handles. PRODUCTION: Italy (Apulia) DIMENSIONS: height 71 cm, rim diameter 14 cm DATING: 2nd century BC – 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport olive oil.

AMPHORA 18

AMPHORA 18

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which hass the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with strong incrustation. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 88 cm, rim diameter 16,5 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 19

AMPHORA 19

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with an extremely incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 100 cm; rim diameter 18 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 20

AMPHORA 20

TYPE: Dressel 6A, August 38 DESCRIPTION: The so-called amphora of the Istrian type with an accentuated lower part of the belly, a long cylindrical neck, a rounded rim and vertical rounded handles of a circular cross-section. Very well preserved with slight incrustation. PRODUCTION: Italy, northwestern Europe Europa, Istria DIMENSIONS: height 94 cm, rim diameter 15 cm DATING: 1st century BC-1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine and fish sauce-garum.

AMPHORA 21

AMPHORA 21

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with an extremely incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 88 cm; rim diameter 16 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 22

AMPHORA 22

TYPE: Brindisian (Ostia 66, P & W class 1) DESCRIPTION: A heart-shaped amphora with a thicker elongated neck and round handles. PRODUCTION: Italy (Apulia) DIMENSIONS: height 88 cm; rim diameter 16,5 cm DATING: 2nd century BC – 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport olive oil.

AMPHORA 23

AMPHORA 23

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with very incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 78 cm: rim diameter 11 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 24

AMPHORA 24

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with very incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 78 cm; rim diameter 12 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 25

AMPHORA 25

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with an extremely incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 91 cm; rim diameter 12 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 26

AMPHORA 26

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with an extremely incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 91 cm; rim diameter 12 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 27

AMPHORA 27

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with an extremely incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 76 cm; rim diameter 12 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 28

AMPHORA 28

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is longer and thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with an extremely incrusted lower part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 73 cm; DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.

AMPHORA 29

AMPHORA 29

TYPE: MGS4, Greek-Italian DESCRIPTION: An elongated heart-shaped amphora with a sharply cut shoulder and an extended neck. The handles are long and circular in cross-section, and the rim is beveled. The amphora is well preserved with an extrenely inlaid upper part. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 78 cm DATING: 2nd – 1st century BC PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine.

AMPHORA 30

AMPHORA 30

TYPE: P&W class 8 (Lamboglia 2, Dressel 6, Baldacci 1, Apani 1) DESCRIPTION: The handles are round in cross-section, and the neck is thinner compared to the body, which has the shape of a bag and a pointed base. Well preserved with inlaid body, neck and one handle. PRODUCTION: Italy (from Calabria to Rimini) DIMENSIONS: height 79 cm; rim diameter 15 cm DATING: middle of the 1st century BC – middle of the 1st century PURPOSE: It was used to transport wine, olive oil and fish sauce.