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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 5, 1992 page 149-150
1217 Krekovic, E, 'Glasierte Keramik im mitteleuropäischen freien Germanien', Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautores. Acta, 29/30, 1991. 149-156. See also entry no. 1206.
Glazed wares from north of the Danube, including vessels from East Germany, Poland and Austria, but mostly from modern Czechoslovakia. The illustrations consist of a single plate showing twelve scyphoi (two-handled bowls), mostly with barbotine-type decoration, although some apparently have moulded decoration while two are rouletted and one is stamped with ovolos while another has a more abstract stamped decoration similar to that found on Oxfordshire-ware bowls. Why the range of forms is so limited is a matter of considerable interest. Similar forms, with a similarly limited range, are also known to have made at Tarsus and Smyrna in Asia Minor, but these clearly contrast with the ranges represented in Central Gaul and in Pannonia (see entry no. 1206).

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 5, 1992 page 155
1249 Van der Werff, J, 'Ein Amphorenstempel des L Evmachvs in Nijmegen (Niederlande)', Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautores, Ada, 29/30, 1991, 7-14.
syn,exc/mil/last quarter of 1st BC
amp (Dr 2-4)/stv
A short paper on an amphora stamp, L.EVMACHI, which apparently comes from Pompeii, but has been found as far afield as Smyrna, Carthage, Alexandria, Ampurias, Minorca, and Alesia, as well as at Nijmegen, from whence comes the example which began the research. Van der Werff is particularly interested in identifying the Eumachus (or Eumachia) to which the stamp refers: several people with the name are known at Pompeii.

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