This paper discusses the typological evolution of Phocean Red Slip Ware (LRC) forms during the central decades of the 6th century AD, with regard to the evolution from type Hayes 3F into types 3G and 3/10, before the arrival of the latest shape (form Hayes 10) in the second half/late 6th century AD. Published and unpublished stratigraphic data from several regions of the Late Antique world, both in the Mediterranean and Atlantic are observed and three hypothetical evolutionary lines, in terms of their chronology and morphology, are discussed as a possible tool for further research on the subject.
- HOCEAN RED SLIP
- MEDITERRANEAN AND ATLANTIC
- FORMS HAYES 3 AND 10
- CENTRAL DECADES OF THE 6TH CENTURY
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