Italian Sigillata [permalink] [show more links]
Comment (rdfs)
Roman-period red slipped table vessels produced in Italy from the late 1st century BC into the 2nd AD.
Broader
Slipped Tablewares
Has geographic origin
Italy
Belongs to Historical Period
Early Roman (Historical Period)
Linked to

KE 366 (Italian Sigillata Stamp OCK 1898.1)

KE 369 (Italian Sigillata Chalice with Relief)

KE 397 (Italian Sigillata Stamp OCK 1138)

KE 440 (Italian Sigillata Chalice with Relief)

KE 519 (Italian Sigillata Stamp OCK 1623.96)

KE 546 (Italian Sigillata Stamp OCK 1409.13-17)

KE 775 (Italian Sigillata)

KE 1337 (Italian Sigillata Bowl with Stamp)

KE 1392 (Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form R 9.2)

KE 1492 (Italian Sigillata Bowl with Stamp)

KE 1493 (Italian Sigillata Bowl with Stamp)

KE 1521 (Italian Sigillata Stamp OCK 371)

KE 2025 (Italian Sigillata Cup)

KE 2154 (Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form R 2.1)

Italian Sigillata Aco Beaker

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 12

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 14

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 18

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 18.2

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 20

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 21

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 23

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 27

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 33

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 34

Italian Sigillata Conspectus Form 4

Italian Sigillata Stamp

Italian Sigillata CVA Stamp 608.4

Unclassified Italian Sigillata

Suggested citation
“Italian Sigillata.” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2019. <http://kenchreai.org/typology/p-sig-it>