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4.3.10 Coarseware 6

This fabric is similar to Coarseware 1 but with the addition of black augite. The fabric was possibly made at site FP116 where a waster in a similar fabric was found. The localised distribution tends to support this hypothesis.

Forms Types
Bowls Type 2
Jars Type 2, Type 7
Jar Handles Type 1
Jar Bases Type 1


Type 2

Tronco-conical bowl (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 32.3). Date: current throughout the Etruscan period.


Type 2

Everted, thickened and hooked rim (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 29.9). Date: 7th-6th century.

Type 7

Simple everted rim with sharp angles (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 31.2). Date ?5th century.

Jar Handle

Type 1

Loop handle from a stamnoid jar (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, Fig. 31.9).

Jar Base

Type 1

Flat base (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 31.10-13).

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