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"Indices de commercialisation des récipients céramique italiques (amphores, vaisselle fine, céramiques commune et culinaire) à Alexandrie durant l’époque hellénistique et le début de l’Empire"

Abstract : Since wide archaeological investigations and excavation surveys are led in the city center of Alexandria, research about pottery assemblages brought light on specific connections occurring between the harbor city and the italic peninsula during hellenistic period and beginning of Roman Empire. Among long distance imports, those identified as italic will be presented as far as possible according to a qualitative criterion (geographical origin) and quantitative (statistical presence). Wares which travelled beside amphoras most probably as cargo complement of outbound shipwrecks in Eastern Mediterranean area are found in domestic deposit in Alexandria and show how italic contribution according to his regional origins is changing time to time. Exchange, identified from amphoras and wares association gives a picture more complex than what could be expected.
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Sandrine Elaigne, Séverine Lemaître. "Indices de commercialisation des récipients céramique italiques (amphores, vaisselle fine, céramiques commune et culinaire) à Alexandrie durant l’époque hellénistique et le début de l’Empire". 2021. ⟨halshs-03099229⟩

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