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Figure 1: Cartoon showing a fictitious mother and her son setting up a table with Roman vessels. Adapted by Bermejo Tirado from http://yofuiaegb.com/

Figure 2: Usewear traces documented on a cooking plate from the House of the Plinths (Uxama Argaela, Soria, Spain). Adapted by Bermejo Tirado after García Merino et al. (2009, fig. 17, 5).

Figure 3: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Individual Consumption of liquids [Ind_Cons_liq] (Early Imperial: Augustan – second century CE). 1) TSI Conspectus 36, 2) TSI Conspectus R9.3, 3) TSI Conspectus 33.1 4) TSI Conspectus 22. 5, 5) TSSG Drag. 29, 6) TSSG Drag. 29b, 7) TSH Ritt. 8, 8) TSH Drag. 37, 9) TSH Drag. 27, 10) TSH Drag. 30, 11) TSH Drag. 24/25, 12) CPTL (Sacristán de Lama 1986, fig. XXXVIII), 13) LCW (Garcia Huerta 1990, 3.1), 14) LCW (Garcia Huerta 1990, 3.2), 15) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 3a), 16) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 3b), 17) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 4), 18) Thin W (Mayet 1975, II), 19) Thin W (Mayet 1975, IIb), 20) Thin W (Mayet 1975, XX), 21) Thin W (Mayet 1975, XXXIV), 22) Thin W (Mayet 1975, XXXVII), 23-24) Glass Isings 3, 25) LCW (Vegas 1973, 0-21). Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 4: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Individual Consumption of liquids [Ind_Cons_liq] (Late Imperial: third– early fifth century CE). 1) TSHA Ritt. 8, 2) TSHA Ritt. 8, 3) THST Hisp. 27, 4) THST Hisp 37t, 5) TSHT Drag. 37t, 6) TSHT Drag. 37t, 7) TSHGris (Palol and Cortes 1974, 97), 8) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 3a), 9) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 3b), 10) Glass Isings 44, 11) Glass Isings 96. Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 5: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Individual Consumption of solids and semi-liquids [Ind_Cons] (Early Imperial: Augustan–second century CE). 1) TSH Ritt. 8, 2) TSH Drag. 37, 3) TSH Hisp. 15/17, 4) TSH Hisp. 35, 5) TSH Hisp. 36, 6) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 16), 7) TSSG Drag. 29, 8) TSHB Lamboglia 4 (= Fernández-Ochoa and Zarzalejos 2008, 4). Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 6: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Individual Consumption of solids and semi-liquids [Ind_Cons] (Late Imperial: third–early 5th century CE). 1) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 6.2), 2) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 6.2), 3) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 6.3), 4) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 7.1), 5) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 7.2); 6) TSHGris (Rigoir 1971, 8); 7) TSHT Hisp. 15/17. Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 7: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Communal Service of liquids [Com_Service_liq] (Early Imperial: Augustan–second century CE). 1) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 6), 2) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 7) 3) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 7c), 4) TSH Hisp. 54, 5) TSH Hisp. 20, 6) TSH Hisp. 28, 7-8) LCW (Vegas 1973, 46), 9) TSH Hisp. 12, 10) TSH Hisp. 32, 11) TSH Hisp.13, 12) TSH Hisp. 81. Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 8: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Communal Service of liquids [Com_Service_liq] (Late Imperial: third–early fifth century CE). 1-2) LCW (Puente and Illarregui 2000, 24), 3) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 11.13), 4) TSHT (Paz Peralta 2008, 11.14), 5) TSHT Hisp. 56, 6) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 34), 7) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 37), 8) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 25), 9) TSHGris (Nozal and Puertas 1995, 4.1), 10) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 22), 11) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 24). Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 9: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Communal Service of solids [Com_Service] (Early Imperial: Augustan–second century CE). 1) TSI Conspectus 19. 1, 2) TSI Conspectus 20. 1, 3) TSSG Drag. 29b, 4) TSH Hisp. 15/17, 5) TSH Hisp. 36, 6) LCW (Vegas 1973, 20-21), 7) CPTL (Abascal 2008, 14), 8) TSHB Caballero-Juan 9 (= Fernández-Ochoa and Zarzalejos 2008, 9). Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 10: Drawings of vessels classified in the functional grouping Communal Service solids [Com_Service] (Late Imperial: third–early fifth century CE). 1) TSHGris (Nozal and Puertas 1995, 5), 2) ACW (Imitation) Hayes 181from House of the Plintos (Uxama Argaela, Soria), 3) TSHT Hisp. 15/17. Drawing by Bermejo Tirado. See Table 2 for list of pottery type abbreviations.

Figure 11: Map of Castilla y León (Spain) showing the location of the sites mentioned in the text: 1. Domus of the Aqueduct (Tiermes, Soria); 2. Domus of the Plinths (Uxama Argaela, Soria); 3. Roman villa of 'La Dehesa' (Quintana Redonda, Soria). GIS Service CCHS-CSIC, Madrid.

Figure 12: Schematic plan and topographical survey of the Domus of the Aqueduct (Tiermes, Soria) (first century CE). Adapted by Bermejo Tirado from Argente et al. (1994, fig. 5).

Figure 13: Plan of the Domus of the Plinths and a photograph of the fire destruction level of the Room #7. Adapted by Bermejo Tirado from García Merino et al. (2009, figs 3 and 6).

Figure 14: Plan of the Roman villa of 'La Dehesa' showing the location of the contexts analysed in this article. Adapted by Bermejo Tirado from Sanz Aragonés et al. (2011, fig. 3).

Figure 15: Correspondence Analysis plot showing comparison of fabric types and functional groupings of tableware consumption in Domus of the Aqueduct (Tiermes).

Figure 16: Correspondence Analysis plot showing comparison of fabric types and functional groupings of tableware consumption in Domus of the Plinths (Uxama Argaela, Burgo de Osma).

Figure 17: Correspondence Analysis plot showing comparison of fabric types and functional groupings of tableware consumption in Roman villa of 'La Dehesa' (Cuevas de Soria, Quintana Redonda).


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