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"African amphoras" by Antonio.

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Anforas

  1. 1. African Amphora from By Antonio Jesús Byzacene and Tripolitana in T. MontesMenorca (3th and 4th century)
  2. 2. Origin  In the 3th century AD, changed the comerce of oil  In 297 AD, Africa Proconsalaris divided in three provinces
  3. 3. Clasification of african amphoras Zevi and Tchernia (1969)  “Africana grande” and “Africana piccole” C. Panella (1973)  African I (a, b, c, d)  African II (a, b, c, d) Keay (1984)
  4. 4. Our amphoras Keay VI (African II C, africana grande) Chronology: (230 AD – 350 AD) Fabrication: near to Sahel region Content: oil and fish sauce (garum)
  5. 5.  Keay VII (African II D, anfora grande Chronology: 280 AD – 380 AD Fabrication: Byzacene and Tripolitana region Content: oil
  6. 6. Differences between Keay VI andKeay VII
  7. 7. Comercial routes between AfricaProconsalaris and Menorca
  8. 8. Stamps from Sanisera BSCD/ LEP(TIS) MI(NORLEP(T)I (S) COL(ONIA) LFE M.A.
  9. 9. BSCD/LEP(TIS)MI(NOR) TEP/LOP C(OLONIA) C(OLONIA) H(ADRUMETUM) IVL(IA) T(HAENAE) / LUCIUS
  10. 10. The last stamp we found in the 2nd sesion C(OLONIA) HADR(UMETUM) /MITOR
  11. 11. Chronology of Late Empire shipwreckwith amphoras Keay VI and Keay VII BELTRAN 72 (300 AD – 350 AD)
  12. 12. THANK’S FORLISTEN TO ME

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