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Coins and samian ware : a study of the dating of coin-loss and the deposition of samian ware (terra sigillata), with a discussion of the decline of samian ware manufacture in the NW provinces of the Roman Empire, late 2nd to mid 3rd centuries AD / Anthony C. King,
King, Anthony, 1954-
Oxford : Archaeopress, 2013.
vi, 322 pages : black and white illustrations, black and white maps ; 30 cm.
BAR international series ; 2573.
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Includes bibliographical references (287-322).
Introduction: a 'historical' problem
The methodology and theory of samian ware chronology
Coin-life and coin-loss in the late second and early third centuries
Associated groups of samian ware: compiling a database
Coin-associated groups of samian ware
The decline of samian ware manufacture. Part 1: A review of production and distribution
The decline of samian ware manufacture. Part 2: Factors of decline
Appendix 1. Percentages of silver coins per period in hoards of the mid second to mid third centuries
Appendix 2. Percentages of bronze coins per period in hoards of the mid second to mid third centuries
Appendix 3. Zugmantel coin site-finds: further considerations
Appendix 4. Concordance Table of Argonne potters and ovolos
Appendix 5. Rheinzabern: comparison of stylistic groups and chronology
Appendix 6. The extent of residuality, and the estimated date-range of the deposits given in the Gazeteer, sections A-C
Appendix 7. Dated samian ware sherds in deposits of c. 150-280+, from Gazetteer section A, based on estimated dates of loss of associated coins
Appendix 8. Dated samian ware sherds in deposits of c. 150-280+, from Gazetteer secion A, based on dates of loss of associated coins
Appendix 9. Regional distribution and complete listing of identified samian ware in deposits c. 150-280+, in Gazetteer sections A and B
Appendix 10. List and bibliography of samian ware kiln-sites and related discoveries dating to c 150-250.
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Coins and samian ware : a study of the dating of coin-loss and the deposition of samian ware (terra sigillata), with a discussion of the decline of samian ware manufacture in the NW provinces of the Roman Empire, late 2nd to mid 3rd centuries AD / Anthony C. King,.