Les amphores lusitaniennes à arles: quantification d’un procès de longue durée

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In this paper we quantify the assemblage of Lusitanian amphorae imported at Arles during the Early and Late Roman Empire, with possible extensions into the Late Republican phase as well as the beginning of the post-Roman Late Antiquity.
This assemblage represents the diagnosed universe among both terrestrial excavations and underwater surveys in the Rhône’s port area. Aside from the quantification of types and regional origins related to the Lusitanian provincial, this paper makes an attempt on the systematisation of the available stratigraphic data. It also discusses the assemblage of tituli picti recorded at the river dump Arles-Rhône 3 (55-140 AD).
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)197-231
Number of pages34
JournalBoletín Ex Officina Hispana
Publication statusPublished - 2019


  • Lusitanian Amphorae
  • trade
  • wine
  • salted fish
  • stratigraphy

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