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Author Loughton, Matthew,
Title The Arverni and Roman wine : Roman amphorae from Late Iron Age sites in the Auvergne (Central France) : chronology, fabrics and stamps / Matthew Loughton.
Imprint Oxford : Archaeopress, [2014]
©2014

Author Loughton, Matthew,
Series Archaeopress Roman archaeology ; 2
Archaeopress Roman archaeology ; 2.
Subject Amphoras -- France -- Auvergne.
Romans -- France -- Auvergne.
Wine industry -- France -- Auvergne -- History.
Wine industry -- Italy -- History.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- France -- Auvergne.
Auvergne (France) -- Antiquities, Roman.
Alt Name Archaeopress,
Description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Large numbers of Greco-Italic and Dressel 1 amphorae were exported to many parts of Gaul during the late Iron Age and they provide a major source of information on the development and growth of the Roman economy during the late Republican period. This volume examines in detail this trade to the Auvergne region of central France and provides a typological and chronological study of the main assemblages of Republican amphorae found on the farms, agglomerations, oppida, and funerary sites, dating from the second century BC until the early first century AD. Other topics examined include the provenance of the amphorae, the stamps, painted inscriptions and graffiti, the distribution of Republican amphorae in the Auvergne, and the evidence for their modification and reuse. Finally, a gazetteer of Republican amphora findspots from France is also provided.
Audience Specialized.
Note Online resource; title from home page (viewed on March 16, 2016).
Available through Archaeopress Digital Subscription Service.
ISBN 1784910430
9781784910433 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 9781784910433
OCLC # 976021781
Additional Format Print version: 9781784910426



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