Info

510013381

Terra sigillata tray and a fragment from a similar vessel. The finest pottery, Late Roman period, was made of a fine-grained red slip ware, known as terra sigillata, This tableware is decorated by stamping. The large tray has a depiction of St Peter and St Paul enthroned, Jonah and the whale and fishes, symbolising Christ on the rim. Restored. North African workshop, late 4th century.

Add to Cart
Filename
510013381.jpg
Copyright
World History Archive
Image Size
5000x3982 / 7.4MB
Contained in galleries
Recently uploaded historical photos 4
Terra sigillata tray and a fragment from a similar vessel.  The finest pottery, Late Roman period, was made of a fine-grained red slip ware, known as terra sigillata, This tableware is decorated by stamping.  The large tray has a depiction of St Peter and St Paul enthroned, Jonah and the whale and fishes, symbolising Christ on the rim.  Restored. North African workshop, late 4th century.