Sigillate pottery of the Roman empire, from excavations in Spain, made chiefly by the president of the Hispanic Society of America at Italica, by Alice Wilson Frothingham, with 124 illustrations
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Pottery of Southern Gaul
Pottery of Central Gaul
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America at Italica Ampurias Arezzo Arretine ware Arretium barbotine Barros central Gaul centre of vessel century a.d. Diameter century a.d. Height cm.—Height cm.—Width convex moulding curved decoration deep red clay Dragendorff form 27 egg-and-dart Elche encircles excavations Extremadura Fabre fabrics fesenque finished on wheel flat base Fragment E282 Gaulish glaze over deep glaze over red Glaze peeling Glaze worn Grau Graufesenque or Montans hemispherical bowl Hispanic Society incised line Inscriptiones Institut d'estudis catalans interior Italian Italy Junta superior kilns letters low foot Montans moulded decoration narrow brim ornamentation panels PATERATI pieces possibly at Arretium potter's mark President Preussische Akademie probably at Lezoux Probably Lezoux Rasinius red barbotine Red glaze relief designs Rim chipped Roman Saguntum Santiponce second century a.d. Sevilla shape slave Society of America Society's collection Solsona southern Gaul Spain straight sides superior de excavaciones surface incrusted Tarragona terra sigillata undecorated vase Villafranca ware Wheel turned