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Red gloss terra sigillata ware with relief decoration. Compare the plain unglossed restored section to the left.

Red gloss terra sigillata ware with relief decoration. Compare the plain unglossed restored section to the left.

Dark Age/Geometric 4.19  dark on light - lack of balance  pottery  from Kerameikos cemetery in Athens  11th/10th century BC

Dark Age/Geometric 4.19 dark on light - lack of balance pottery from Kerameikos cemetery in Athens 11th/10th century BC

Roman Samian ware (Terra Sigillata). ‘Samian ware’ is a type of mould-made pottery, and was the standard fine table ware of the Roman world during the early empire. The 2nd image is a close up of the 1st bowl shown. Depicting hunting scenes, this piece of pottery was found in Kingsmead Quarry (Horton, England), and dates to about 120-145 CE. The mounded decoration in the 3rd image comes from a bowl found during excavations at the former County Hospital, Dorchester, Dorset (England). Next is…

Roman Samian ware (Terra Sigillata). ‘Samian ware’ is a type of mould-made pottery, and was the standard fine table ware of the Roman world during the early empire. The 2nd image is a close up of the 1st bowl shown. Depicting hunting scenes, this piece of pottery was found in Kingsmead Quarry (Horton, England), and dates to about 120-145 CE. The mounded decoration in the 3rd image comes from a bowl found during excavations at the former County Hospital, Dorchester, Dorset (England). Next is…

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