2 edition of Index of potters stamps on terra sigillata Samian ware, found in the catalog.
Index of potters stamps on terra sigillata Samian ware,
1931 in East Bridgeford (England) .
Written in English
Hand-printed and published by the author.
|Statement||by Felix Oswald, with a supplement (to be consulted in conjunction with the Index) of stamps obtained or recorded during the period of printing the Index (with corrections).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., xxiii, 428 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||32001986|
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This is the first catalogue of its type to appear since Felix Oswald’s Index of Potters’ Stamps on Terra Sigillata (‘Samian Ware’), published in The importance of samian as a tool for dating archaeological contexts and the vast increase in samian finds since then has prompted the authors to.
Index of potters' stamps on terra sigillata "Samian ware" / by Felix Oswald. Author: Oswald, Felix, viaf Publisher: East Bridgford [England]: Margidunum, Description: 1 p.l., xxiii, p. ; 35 cm. Note: signed and numb. copies. This is no.
Felix Oswald. With a supplement of stamps obtained or recorded during the Cited by: Names on Terra Sigillata is the product of 40 years of study, and records over 5, names and somestamps and signatures on Terra Sigillata (samian ware) manufactured in the first to the third centuries AD in Gaul, the German provinces, and Britain.
With volume 9 the series is now complete: the last volume has a comprehensive index to the whole set of 9 volumes. This is the first. Names on Terra Sigillata, the product of 40 years of study, records over 5, names and somestamps and signatures on Terra Sigillata (samian ware) manufactured in the 1st to the 3rd centuries AD in Gaul, the German provinces and Britain.
To be published in 10 volumes, the work has been supported by the British Academy and the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the University of. An Index of Makers' Stamps & Signatures on Gallo-Roman Index of potters stamps on terra sigillata Samian ware Sigillata (Samian Ware)', containing aroundstamps from 5, potters.
Dickinson is credited with turning "Brian Hartley's vision of an index of dies linked to historical data into a reality in book form." The volumes are accompanied by a database hosted by the line: Roman archaeology. Most of the popular published terra sigillata recipes do not separate the large particles adequately, and the product is not a true terra sig.
About 18 years ago, I started researching terra sigillatas in conjunction with my Ancient Clay classes and workshops at U-Mass-Amherst. Study of stamps and moulds suggests the movement of potters between workshops. Gaul; Italy South Gaulish (La Graufesenque) terra sigillata: Terra sigillata was manufactured at La Graufesenque (nr Millau, Aveyron/FR) from the Augustan period and the products achieved a wide distribution during the Tiberio-Claudian period.
Names on terra sigillata: an index of makers' stamps & signatures on Gallo-Roman terra sigillata (Samian ware) / Vol. 4, F to Klumi. [Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies., Supplement ;, ]. Names on Terra Sigillata is the product of 40 years of study, and records over 5, names and somestamps and signatures on Terra Sigillata (samian ware) manufactured in the first to the third centuries AD in Gaul, the German provinces, and Britain.
With volume 9 the series is now complete: the last volume has a comprehensive index to the whole set of 9 volumes. An Index of Makers’ Stamps & Signatures on Gallo-Roman Terra Sigillata (Samian Ware), Vol. 6, MASCLUS I-BALBUS to OXITTUS.
BICS supplement, 6. University of London: Institute of Classical Studies, London, pp Names on terra sigillata: an index of makers' stamps & signatures on Gallo-Roman terra sigillata (Samian ware) Responsibility Brian R.
Hartley & Brenda M. Dickinson ; with Geoffrey B. Dannell. Shop Roman Pottery reproductions at The Ancient Home. Roman Samian ware/Terra Sigillata for sale including bowls, cups, goblets and Roman oil lamps (lucerna).
An authentic revival of the Roman pottery technique. Eat and drink with Roman gusto alongside our fantastic terra sigillata tableware. Global Shipping available. Hartley, B.R., and Dickinson, B.M. – Names on Terra Sigillata: an Index of Makers' Stamps and Signatures on Gallo-Roman Terra Sigillata (Samian Ware), Vols 1–7, London Hartley, B.R., and Pengelly, H.
‘Samian ware’, in Stead, I.M., Excavations at Winterton Roman Villa and other Roman Sites in North Lincolnshire Cited by: 7.
The publication of Names on Terra Sigillata marked an initial step in making the data collected by Brian Hartley and his collaborators, on Gaulish potters' stamps, available to archaeologists and historians.
However, it was realised at the beginning of the project, that it would have only. - Explore Vegantempo's board "Ceramic Terra Sigillata", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ceramics, Pottery and Pottery art pins.
Terra sigillata gallery - typology Display this gallery of forms ordered by: Typology, Class, Form, Date of introduction Click on the thumbnail image to see more details on the type.
Terra sigillata ware, bright-red, polished pottery used throughout the Roman Empire from the 1st century bc to the 3rd century term means literally ware made of clay impressed with designs.
Other names for the ware are Samian ware (a misnomer, since it has nothing to do with the island of Samos) and Arretine ware (which, properly speaking, should be restricted to that produced at.
Pottery. Terra Sigillata or Samian Ware OF all the characteristic remains found on Roman sites there is nothing more enduring than the shards of broken pottery.
Colours, textures, shapes are usually preserved, and thus it is often possible to reconstruct from one or two tiny fragments the exact form of vessels long since hopelessly broken and File Size: 5MB.
Hartley, Brian & Dickinson, Brenda, Names on terra sigillata: an index of makers' stamps and signatures on Gallo-Roman terra sigillata (samian ware), Vol. 1 (A to AXO), Vol.2 (B to CEROTCUS ISBN and ISBN ; Hayes, John W., Late Roman Pottery, London Names on terra sigillata: an index of makers’ stamps & signatures on Gallo-Roman terra sigillata (Samian ware), Vol.5 L to Masclus I.
terra sigillata developed in the context of the project to publish Brian Hartley’s ‘Leeds Index of s’, names on terra sigillata, which was begun with British Academy.
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Other names for Samian Ware are “Arretine Ware” named for the region of Arretium (modern Arezzo, Italy) where it was first produced and in Europe and the USA Samian is more commonly refered to as “terra sigillata.”(1) Most Samian Ware found in Britain was originally imported from Gaulish factories, although the earliest examples of.
Roman Britain. Gladiators!!. Large orange-ware Terra Sigillata pottery fragment from Roman England, c. 1st - 3rd century AD. Depicts two gladiators fighting. One with a long spear, the other with a sword and shield. One fallen gladiator in the background. To the right is a dancing lady within an arena archway.
Large mm (4 5/8"). An Index of Makers' Stamps & Signatures on Gallo-Roman Terra Sigillata (Samian Ware). Institute of Classical StudiesLondon Institute of Classical StudiesLondon - Supplement Vol 1 (A to Axo), xxiv+pp, images, maps, bibliography, hardback, ISBN Order a Terra Sigillata from Sheffield Pottery Ceramic Supplies.
A Terra Sigillata Hispânica tardia; A Terra Sigillata Africana; A Terra Sigillata Foceense tardia. Referência. Terra Sigillata, na Wikipédia em espanhol; Ligações externas.
Roman pottery database; Potters name and Stamps database. It also offers the possibility to each samian ware owner to publish images of their shards on the site. Media in category "Terra sigillata stamps" The following 15 files are in this category, out of 15 total. NE CSM Italischer TS-Tassenboden mit Stempel APHROD1.
Roman Red Gloss Pottery. In archaeological usage, the term terra sigillata without further qualification normally denotes the Arretine ware of Italy, made at Arezzo, and Gaulish samian ware manufactured first in South Gaul, particularly at La Graufesenque, near Millau, and later at Lezoux and adjacent sites near Clermont-Ferrand, and at east Gaulish sites such as Trier, Sinzig and Rheinzabern.
only three or four scraps of Samian ware to show for the whole of Hadrian's reign. Anyhow, the site was certainly occupied beyond the reign of Trajan, for one of the coins dates and there is an altar dedicated by a centurion of the Sixth Legion.
Now the few potters' stamps at. Beginning date Ending date Note On cover: Issued as a supplement to the Annals of archaeology and anthropology. Vol. XXIII, nos.
Terra Sigillata is also used as a brushable decorative colorant medium in higher temperature glazed ceramic techniques. Terra Sigillata Old Mine #4. Old Mine #4 Terra Sigillata is a very refined clay slip, it is usually polished to a high sheen and low-fired.
Apply flowing coats to. terra sigillata-thanks vince: 1: 28 mar terra sigillata- 13 mar terra sig question: 3: 11 jan terra sig deflocc: 1: 11 dec stress management for various f***s and s***ts: 1: 14 nov smoking terra sigillate in electric kiln: 1: 2 nov oops!
examples of terra .Terra sigillata definition, Arretine ware. See more. This teacher-developed 5th grade word list covers all the basics to prepare students for middle school.The publication of the potters’ stamps on Gallo-Roman sigillata (Names on Terra Sigillata: An Index of Makers’ Stamps & Signatures on Gallo-Roman Terra Sigillata) offers an unparalleled opportunity for re-examining the movement of sigillata (samian) across the western provinces of the Empire between the first and third centuries AD from production centres in south, central, and eastern.