Pottery fragment of the upper side of a bowl with a narrow rolled rim above two bands with rouletted vertical incised lines; decorated by beaded row above three stems twisted at center and ending in tripartite pomegranates flanked by curved stem ending in rosette; high glaze; orange-red core; thick wall.
Date range: 1st century C.E.
|Title||Pottery Fragment, Upper Side of a Bowl|
|Date||1st century CE|
|Technique||terra sigillata ware|
|Dimensions||H-6.2 W-5.6 cm|
|Credit line||Gift of Drs. Arthur G. and Roswitha T. Haas|
|Place of Origin||Europe/Germany/Mainz|
Southern Gaul or Central Gaul