This work presents the result of a study on a series of brickstamps come from Ventotene, a small island of the Middle Tyrrhenian sea, known in Antiquity as Pandateria. In this site there are the ruins of a large roman villa dated to the Augustan age and during the first century many women related to imperial family was enclosed. The catalogue concerns hundred samples of brickstamps, especially impressed on tegulae, dating from the last decades of the I century B.C. to the end of the I century A.D.

Bolli laterizi romani dall’isola di Pandataria (Ventotene)

Salvatore Medaglia
2017

Abstract

This work presents the result of a study on a series of brickstamps come from Ventotene, a small island of the Middle Tyrrhenian sea, known in Antiquity as Pandateria. In this site there are the ruins of a large roman villa dated to the Augustan age and during the first century many women related to imperial family was enclosed. The catalogue concerns hundred samples of brickstamps, especially impressed on tegulae, dating from the last decades of the I century B.C. to the end of the I century A.D.
Ventotene, bolli laterizi, epigrafia latina, villa romana
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