Christian Roman Red-Ware Fragment - Chi-Rho

Ancient Coins - Christian Roman Red-Ware Fragment - Chi-Rho
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Date: c. A.D. 450-500.
Description: An ancient Early Christian Roman red-ware plate fragment with the Christogram, Chi-Rho, in the center with alpha and omega below.
Length: 2 - 1/8 inches. (5.4 cm).
Reference: J. W. Hayes, Handbook of Mediterranean Roman Pottery, (London, 1997), p. 63.
Note: Formerly in a European private collection.
Comments: From the 1st century A.D. onward, North African red-slip ware production expanded greatly and began to replace Italian Terra Sigillata pottery, and compete with Gallic wares in Southern France. Nova Karthago was the center of production but smaller factories soon cropped up throughout Numidia and Byzacena. 
价格 品种: redwarechirho2
US$ 285.00
  • € 249.93
  • £ 223.27
  • AUD 391.65
  • CHF 283.38
  • CAD 374.80

利率: 08/13/18

发货从: United States