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Amphoralis

Amphoras under the vineyards...

Reference

758

Duration

00:16:00

Production year

1994

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Original material

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SD
4/3
Sound

Director(s)

Alain BEDOS

Summary

A Gallo-Roman complex of potters workshops mixed with houses was discovered in the village of Sallèles d ' Aude near Narbonne. These workshops have runned from the 1st to the 3rd century AD; wine amphorae they produced were exported until the borders of the Roman Empire. Fanette Laubenheimer, a CNRS researcher, presents the whole archaeological site and the excavations which have been done there.

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