Gallo-Roman Redware Jug, High Gloss, 1st-2nd Century A.D.
Gallo-Roman Redware Jug, High Gloss, 1st-2nd Century A.D with a Broad Globular Basal Ring, Flared Neck with Rolled Rim and Two Ribbed Strap Handle To The Sides, Ex Campbell Collection Acquired In The 1980s.
Just as the Galatians of Asia Minor clung to much of their cultural identity after the establishment of the Roman province of Galatia, the Celtic tribes of Gaul preserved many features of their native cultural heritage after the Roman conquest. From the blend of indigenous and foreign traditions, there emerged an independent Gallo-Roman culture which would endure for close to half a millennium, stretching from the Pyrenees to the Rhine and from the Atlantic to the Alps.
Item Code - CER9D419TA
Width: 6 1/8" Height: 7 1/2" Depth: 6 1/8" Weight: 474 g
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