Supplementary materials for: Archaeometric data from the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii (Southern Italy)

Published: 24-12-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/37ws9rnxpb.1
Contributors:
Celestino Grifa,
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Alessio Langella,
Ioanna Kakoulli,
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Diana Barra,
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Gianluca Soricelli,
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Vincenzo Morra

Description

The data here reported are associated to a recent archaeometric investigation, whose results are accurately exposed and discussed in the following papers: - Grifa et al., A pottery workshop in Pompeii unveils new insights on the Roman ceramics crafting tradition and raw materials trade. Journal of Archaeological Science 126 (2021) 105305. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2020.105305 - Grifa et al., Archaeometric data from the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii (Southern Italy). Data in Brief, in press. This investigation was carried out on 33 pottery fragments (both fired and unfired) collected in the Via dei Sepolcri workshop in Pompeii (Italy) along with 5 clay samples, 1 volcanic sand sample and 1 red earth pigment considered to be possible geological raw materials and additional materials used in ceramic manufacturing. The present dataset is composed of supplementary tables and tabulated raw data of figures (.csv format). For further details, refer to the above mentioned papers.

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