List of Figures

Figure 1: Graph showing the percentages of each vessel form in the assemblages of terra sigillata vessels recorded in each dwelling of the Insula del Menandro, Pompeii.

Figure 2: Graph showing the percentages of each tableware form in the residential and administrative buildings of the fortress Vetera I, Germany.

Figure 3: Fragment from a soup plate with the transfer-printed pattern 'Cuba' (KARP cat. no. DD.509.15.0146), from the Old Kinchega Homestead, New South Wales, Australia. (Image: P. Allison)

List of Tables

Table 1: Forms and quantities of tableware vessels from the Old Kinchega Homestead (compiled by V. Esposito).


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