Eastern sigillata C

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Eastern sigillata C, also known as Çandarli ware, is a category of Late Hellenistic and Roman terra sigillata. The best known production center is at Çandarlı, ancient Pitane.[1]

ESC Hayes form 3 excavated at Troy
Profile of same vessel.

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Bibliography[edit]

  • Hayes, John. (1972). Late Roman Pottery. London: British School at Rome (hardcover, ISBN 0-904152-00-6).
  • Hayes, John. (1985). Sigillate Oriental in Enciclopedia dell'arte antica classica e orientale. Atlante delle Forme Ceramiche II, Ceramica Fine Romana nel Bacino Mediterraneo (Tardo Ellenismo e Primo Impero), Rome.
  • Heath, Sebastian and Billur Tekkök. (2007-). Eastern Sigillata C (Çandarli) in Greek, Roman and Byzantine Pottery at Ilion (Troia). <http://classics.uc.edu/troy/grbpottery/html/esc.html>.
  • Loeschke, S. (1912). Sigillata-Töpfereien in Çandarlı, Athenische Mitteilungen 37, pp. 344–407.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loeschke, S. (1912). Sigillata-Töpfereien in Çandarlı, Athenische Mitteilungen 37 , pp. 344-407.