Late Roman Amphora 3 [permalink] [show more links]
Comment (rdfs)
Also known as “Micaceous Water Jar,” this form is the successor of Middle Roman Amphora 3. Distinct by its thin walls that show wide, spiralling ridges and by its micaceous brown fabric.
See also
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archives/view/amphora_ahrb_2005/details.cfm?id=240
Broader
Amphora
Linked to

KP1988-009 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KE 2282 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KE 2284 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH0297 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH1122 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH1220 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH1388 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH1612 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH1811 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2000 (Middle Roman/Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2107 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2165 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2192 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2389 (Middle/Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2682 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2723 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

KTH2739 (Late Roman Amphora 3)

Suggested citation
“Late Roman Amphora 3.” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2019. <http://kenchreai.org/typology/p-lra-3>