Stamp number 122

Stamp No 122
form Platter
fabric TR 1C
excavation Reece 1981-84
context BAG81/18
present Reece
inventory
vr_cat_no BG1
potter No 27
Die No 01B02
def N
pos C
comment Die 01B02
Central. TR1C. Border. Reading:- /\TTISSV.
name1 Attissu(s)**
name2
comment NA FABRIC D 14201R = ACVTVS
ICP sample die unknown R710
The potter was a significant supplier of TR to Britain in the Late Augustan period although not represented at Verulamium
DIES 01A01, 01B01, 01B02, 01C01
DIE-STYLES uses at least 3 die-cutters.
Die 01A01 cut in a very formal epigraphic style with serifs.
Die 01B01, 01B02 - are notable for uneven letter sizes; open /\; small TT; curly SS; single stroke V,
Die 01C01 - has rounded serifs and uneven letter sizes /-\TT tall, ISS small.
FABRICS TR1B & TR1C

Die 01A01
FORMS Cam 3, large platters
SOURCE import; at Rheims 'many examples' & Trepail
DATE Die at Haltern
DISTRIBUTION Sheepen I; Fishbourne; Braughing; Casterley; Oare; Haltern, TR Cam 3 (4)..

Dies 01B01, 01B02 - notable for uneven letter sizes; open /\; small TT; curly SS; single stroke
Die 01B01
FORMS Cam 6, small & large platters, cup {Cam 7, 8/7, 13}
SOURCE import
DATE
DISTRIBUTION Sheepen I (4) & II; Silchester; Bavay (BAV 55), TN platter;
Die-group 01B at Nijmegen; Cemetery E,TR Cam 7 (4); Hunenknepchen, TR Cam 8/7; Titelberg (TI4) TR Cam 7C; Novaesium, TR Cam 7 or 8; Strasbourg museum, TN Cam 13; Luxembourg museum, TR (2).

Die 01B02
FORMS Cam 8, small & large platters {Cam 7, 8/7, 13}
SOURCE import
DATE
DISTRIBUTION Stanway; Bagendon; Braughing
Die-group 01B at Nijmegen; Cemetery E,TR Cam 7 (4); Hunenknepchen, TR Cam 8/7; Titelberg (TI4) TR Cam 7C; Novaesium, TR Cam 7 or 8; Strasbourg museum, TN Cam 13; Luxembourg museum, TR (2).


Die 01C01 - notable for rounded serifs and uneven letter sizes /-\TT tall, ISS small.
FORMS cups
SOURCE import
DATE Cam 8/7 not before AD15
DISTRIBUTION Sheepen I (2)
Die 01C group, Trier TR cup; Rouen; Fort de Compigne; Ergnies; Martelange; ?Titelberg A very unusual distribution.

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