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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 11 2004 page 145
1406  Bittner, F-K, 'Zur Forsetzung der Diskussion um die Chronologie der Rheinzaberner Relieftöpfer', Bayerische Vorgeschichts-blatter 51, 1986, 233-59
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ets
Statistical analysis of the work of Rheinzabern potters, to aid in dating. See also A. Mees, entry 1425 below.

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1407 Czyszg, W, 'Der Sigillata-Geschirrfund von Cambodunum-Kempten. Ein Beitrag zur Technologie und Handelskunde mittelkaiserzeitlicher Keramik', Bericht der Römisch-German-ischen Kommission 63, 1982, 282-350
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tsg
The standardisation of shape within samian plain-forms is obvious enough. This paper asks the question 'how was this standardisation achieved'?'. Diagrams show how the forms could have been achieved using simple tools.
1411* Goethert-Polaschek, K, 'Fragmente romischer Bildlampen aus Trier und Umgebung Nachtrag zum Trierer Bildlampen-katalog', Trierer Zeitschrift 50, 1987, 117-61
col/1st cent AD
obj
The first of eight papers that continue her 1985 volume, Katalog der Romischen Lumpen des Rheinischen Landesmuseums Trier, Bildlampen und Sonderformen, Trierer Grabungen und Forschungen 15 (which covered volute lamps, Löschke I, IV and circular-bodied ones, Löschke VIII: I have not seen this). In this particular paper, there are chiefly more volute-lamps and figure-lamps.
1412* Goethert-Polaschek, K, 'Die romischen Tiegellampen des Rheinischen Landesmuseums Trier - Loeschke Typus XIII', Trierer Zeitschrift 50, 1987, 163-88
col/lst-3rd
obj
So-called 'tallow lamps': Bailey (above, entry no 1377) notes uncertainty as to their actual use, and omits them from his catalogue.
1413* Goethert, K, 'Die romischen Tullenlampen (Loeschke Typus XIV), Kerzenhalter und Kerzenstander aus Ton im Rheinischen Landesmuseum Trier', Trierer Zeitschrift 51, 1988, 463-510
cem,
col/2nd-3rd
obj
A useful catalogue and discussion of bowl- and pedestal-form candlesticks.
1415* Goethert, K, 'Die figürlichen Lampen, Statuettenlampen und Lampenfiiller aus Ton nebst Kerzenhalter im Rheinischen Landesmuseum Trier', Trierer Zeitschrift 54, 1991, 117-215
col, cem/chiefly 2nd
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Plastic lamps, including deities, faces, feet, animals, gladiator's helmets and statuettes. The last three papers in this series, not listed here, cover distinctive forms not found widely elsewhere (Trierer Z 54, 1991, 217-32) and late Roman lamps, including local products (Trierer Z 55, 1992, 245-98; 56, 1993, 135-248).
    1416 Gudea, N, 'Die östlichen funde der Trierer Spruchbecher Keramik', ArchäologischesKorrespondenzblatt 23, 1993, 347-52
syn/3rd
rhn (Trier cc)
Finds of motto-beakers and other fragments from Porolissum, Dacia Porolissensis (modern Romania).

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 11, 2004 page 147
1420 Huld-Zetsche, I, Trierer Reliefsigillata Werkstatt II, Römisch-Germanischen Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts zu Frankfurt A M , Materialen zur römisch-german-ischen Keramik, Heft 12, Habelt, Bonn, 1993 syn/ptp/type/mid 2nd
ets
The volume represents the continuation of the author's analysis of Trier samian (see Trierer ReliefsigillataWerkstatt I, Bonn 1972) and deals with a group of anonymous potters apparently working c AD 140-165. The core of the book is a catalogue of figure types and decorative details (drawn at 1:1) accompanied by 660 decorative schemes (at 1:2) divided into 6 sub-groups. There is also discussion of foot-ring types (all on form 37) and photographs of both moulds and bowls. Throughout the book the production quality is of the highest. It may be noted that, alongside the mid-2nd century production by this workshop, the later reuse of moulds ('spätausformungen') is proposed (apparently in the first half of the third century).
1421 Jakobs, PHF and Schuhmacher, T, 'Die Badenlage des römischen Gutshofes von Fischbach, Gde. Niedereschach, Scharzwald-Baar-Kreis', Fundberichte aus Baden-Wurttemberg 16, 1991, 216-98
exc/vil/usf/lst-3rd
ass/sts/ets/mro/?kww/hft/stv/tbr/samian imitations
A useful site assemblage from Roman Germany.
1425 Mees, A, 'Zur Gruppenbildung Rheinzaberner Modelhersteller und Ausformer', Jahrsberichte aus Augst und Kaiseraugst 14, 1993, 227-55
syn/kln, ptp/later 2nd & earlier 3rd
The study of Rheinzabern samian has acquired a dependency upon two hypotheses. The first is a sequence of relative dating for potters first advanced by Ricken and Ludowici in the layout of their 1942 volume (Die Bilderschusseln der romischen Topfer von Rheinzabern Tafeln Speyer 1942) and supported by the statistical analysis of Bittner (entry 1406, above). The second is the suggested later reuse of moulds ('Spataus-formungen').
  : In this article, Mees questions both hypotheses. His main argument is statistical - that the Bittner analysis should have used the Jaccard coefficient not that of Yule and this is backed by a re-working of the analysis using Jaccard, although no chronological significance is claimed for the resultant dendrogram. He further points out that a difference in names found in the mould and on the vessel need not be evidence for later reuse. Both this and differing base forms on vessels from closely similar moulds may presumably be the result of a trade in moulds similar to that known from other areas.

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1430  Remesal-Rodriguez, J, Revilla-Calvo, V, 'Weinamphoren aus Hispania Citerior und Gallia Narbonensis in Deutschland und Holland', Fundberichte aus Baden-Wurttemberg 16, 1991, 389-439
syn/typ/lst-3rd
asg/ass

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