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4.4.3 Amphorae in Coarse Creamware 1: Etruscan amphorae


This fabric is the same as coarse creamware 1 (CC1) and an origin in one of the cities of South Etruria is most likely.

Forms Types
Amphorae Doganella Type 2C, Doganella Type 3
Amphorae Handles Type 1, Type 2, Type 5
Amphorae Bases Doganella Type 4


Doganella Type 2C

Amphora with a distinct neck and an extremely hooked rim (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 38.11-15), D.140-250).

Doganella Type 3

Amphora with rim out-turned at neck and thickened (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 38.16-17), D.140-240.

Amphorae Handles

Type 1

Arched handle on the shoulder of the vessel with a circular section (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 40.4).

Type 2

Handle with a rounded lozenge section.

Type 5

Strap handle attached to shoulder.


Fig. 138. Handle type 5
© P Perkins 1997

Amphora Base

Doganella Type 4

Flat base (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 40.10).


Fig. 139. Base type 4
© P Perkins 1997

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