The organising committees for each meeting deserve particular thanks, and the work of William Anderson, Sarah Davidson, James O'Maley, and Sonya Wurster on AMPHORA
III, and Jessica Di Benedetto, Kate McLardy, and Siobhan Privitera on AMPHORA
IV cannot be overstated.
From belly of probable amphora
, heavily ridged inside.
is a large, strong container used for storage of provisions.
He said an Italian harvest intern, whose family owns a winery where they make wine with amphora
, kept an eye on the project during harvest.
with outward-thickened band at rim (Williams and Zervos 1983, no.
Flex FL6000 provides nGen_flex with many of its enhanced properties.
A follow-up search of finds from earlier London excavations recently produced a second -- near-complete -- amphora
of a very similar type to the one uncovered at Smithfield.
The 12 papers here discuss such topics as interpreting workshop organization at the potters' quarter of Sagalassos, amphora
fragments re-used as potter's tools in the rural landscape of Panskoye, and repair and recycling in Corinth and the archaeological record.
The researchers said that one of the key finds was an amphora
(a large jar used to transport oil or wine), which hails from the Greek island of Lesbos.
July 19--Wine by the Class: How to Taste Wine, Amphora
Wine Merchant, San Francisco, Calif.