Copies of Roman terracotta amphorae

Copies of Roman terracotta amphorae

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Reproductions of Roman amphorae, similar to category 22 of the Dressel table.
dimensions: various
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Height 34.65 in 88 cm
External mouth diameter 7.48 in 19 cm
internal diameter of the mouth 5.12 in 13 cm
Maximum diameter 11.81 in 30 cm
Material Terracotta
Note 01 Amphora tipo Dressel 22
Internal depth of the vase 31.1 in 79 cm

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Classification of Roman amphorae based on the Dressel table.
The table exemplifies the first classification of Roman amphorae proposed by Dressel in 1899 in his Corpus inscriptionum latinarum.
The amphorae are cataloged by type, not in the chronological order of finds, and some apparently different types have since turned out to be variants of already known types.
Subsequently the archaeologists Lamboglia and Benoit modified the cataloging proposing a grouping according to chronological-typological criteria, as follows:
Republican amphorae: 1 - 3 (2 -3) - 5 (4 - 5 - 36 - 44 - 45) - 28 - 35
1st cent. AD: 6 (6 - 15) - 7 (7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 41) - 12 (12 - 13) - 14
II-III century. d. C.: 20 - 23 - 25 (24 - 25 - 40) - 26 - 32
Later periods: 16 (16 - 17) - 18 - 19 - 21 (21 - 22) - 27 (27 - 37) - 29 (29 - 31) - 30 - 33 - 34 - 38 - 39 - 42
Numbers in parentheses indicate groupings of the same type, which were found to belong to the number preceding the parentheses.
It was not possible to assign a precise chronological location to the missing numbers.


 

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