Pottery fragment of the side of a low cup with a plain straight rim band; decorated by a narrow band of tiny incised vertical lines and narrow fluting; round deeply depressed foot; some dirt encrustation; 1 large rim chip; orange-red core; thin wall.
Date range: 1st century C.E.
|Title||Pottery Fragment, Side of Low Cup|
|Date||1st century CE|
|Technique||terra sigillata ware|
|Dimensions||H-3.3 W-7.7 cm|
|Credit line||Gift of Drs. Arthur G. and Roswitha T. Haas|
|Place of Origin||Europe/Germany/Mainz|
Southern Gaul or Central Gaul