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Roman Amphorae and the "Ager Falernus" under the Empire

Paul Arthur
Papers of the British School at Rome
Vol. 50 (1982), pp. 22-33
Published by: British School at Rome
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40310780
Page Count: 14
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Abstract

L'articolo illustra alcune forme di anfore fino ad ora sconosciute trovate nelYAger Falernus in siti prowisti di fornaci. La loro identificazione e particolarmente importante, in quanto sembrano postdatare l'anfora forma Dressel 2-4, il tipico contenitore commerciale di vino del primo periodo imperiale prodotto in questa zona. Se le nuove anfore erano destinate al trasporto del vino dagli inizi del secondo secolo d.C. in poi, cio costituirebbe una valida evidenza archeologica a sostegno dell'impressione ricavata dalle fonti di una produzione ed esportazione continua del vino falerno fino agli inizi del quarto secolo almeno.

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