H 297 x W 210 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white
Published Jul 2015
By Philip Bes
Provides analysis of production trends and complex, quantified distribution patterns of the principal traded sigillatas and slipped table wares in the Roman East, from the early Empire to Late Antiquity.
Chapter 1: Aims and Methodology Chapter 2: Definition of the Topic Chapter 3: The Late Hellenistic and Early Roman Periods: Discussion and Chronological Phasing Chapter 4: Framing Late Hellenistic and Early Roman Tablewares Chapter 5: The Mid- and Late Roman Periods: Discussion and Chronological Phasing Chapter 6: Interpretation of the Quantitative, Chronological, and Geographical Evidence for the Mid- to Late Roman Period Chapter 7: Thoughts on the Socio-Economic Significance of Red Slip Tablewares