Roman oil amphora

Roman oil amphora Pulse para ampliar Roman oil amphora

Discovered in the site of Escombreras. Amphora with a globular body, thick walls and neck and short foot, produced in the agricultural estates of the banks of the Guadalquivir and its tributaries, between Seville and Cordoba, to contain the oil produced in Baetica. Salto de línea They were very widely distributed in the western Mediterranean and usually bear seals inscribed in cartouches on their handles or tituli picti on their shoulder and neck (although there is none here), which have been studied by researchers, providing information on the production and marketing structure of oil from Baetica. Salto de línea