Roman ceramic jug

Roman ceramic jug

A trilobulated mouth jug (with three parts attached) of Roman common pottery, ocher colored with black spots on the outside, and with wheel signs on the inside; the pasta is ocher and contains degrasante. Although incomplete, the preserved fragments of this medium-sized jar make it possible to perfectly identify its shape (the so-called Vegas 46), with its characteristic three-lobed mouth and a single handle. It is a vessel for table service rather than cooking, although this specimen retains some remains of soot on the outside.

Cultural context 
Castro Culture / Gallaecian Roman
Measurements (cm) 
10 x 4


  • Viladonga, 27259 - Castro de Rei (Lugo)
    Galicia, España
    N 43º 09' 38.97" W 7º 23' 19.32"
  • 982 870 160

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