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Greek amphora, Sicily or Calabria, 4th - early 3rd century B.C. Transportamphora for wine with lid, MGS 4, sea incrustations, 66 cm high. Private collection

Greek amphora, Sicily or Calabria, 4th - early 3rd century B.C. Transportamphora for wine with lid, MGS 4, sea incrustations, 66 cm high. Private collection

Museo Galileo - Vinum - Anfora (Pompei, I secolo d.C.)

Museo Galileo - Vinum - Anfora (Pompei, I secolo d.C.)

Greek amphora, Sicily or Calabria, 4th-early 3rd century B.C. Transportamphora for wine with lid, MGS 4, sea incrustations, 65.5 cm high. Private collection

Greek amphora, Sicily or Calabria, 4th-early 3rd century B.C. Transportamphora for wine with lid, MGS 4, sea incrustations, 65.5 cm high. Private collection

"[This] amphora was hermetically ‘sealed with resin and lime, and contains between 25 and 30 litres of a liquid which the municipal technicians think is wine."   They're testing it soon (in a lab)... Would be awesome if they shared a bit with volunteer guinea pigs... erm, I mean, wine tasters.  ;)

"[This] amphora was hermetically ‘sealed with resin and lime, and contains between 25 and 30 litres of a liquid which the municipal technicians think is wine." They're testing it soon (in a lab)... Would be awesome if they shared a bit with volunteer guinea pigs... erm, I mean, wine tasters. ;)

IEASM | Alexandrie > Mobilier

IEASM | Alexandrie > Mobilier

Roman amphora, Adria, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Transport amphora for wine, Dressel 6A, 101 cm high. Private collection

Roman amphora, Adria, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Transport amphora for wine, Dressel 6A, 101 cm high. Private collection

Amphora is defined from its Greek root words as a carrier with handles on either side, used to carry wine, water, olive oil, or grain.

Amphora is defined from its Greek root words as a carrier with handles on either side, used to carry wine, water, olive oil, or grain.

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