This book presents the final report on the excavation and reconstruction of the buildings and kilns at Pantanello. It is accompanied by an extensive analysis and catalog of the finds from the site, including fine grey ware and banded ware, cooking ware, coarse wares, and amphorae of the last two centuries of the Roman Republic and first century of the Imperial period in southern Italy. It is the fullest study yet published of a number of these classes, and also provides evidence for a metalworking industry near the site. Overall, the book contributes to a better understanding of the archaeology of pottery and metallurgical production in Italy, and is a valuable resource on the material culture of Greek southern Italy during the Roman period.
This is part of a two-part set: ISBN 9781407360997 (Part i); ISBN 9781407361000 (Part ii); ISBN 9781407360898 (Set of both parts).
Joseph Coleman Carter has directed the Institute of Classical Archaeology (ICA) at the University of Texas at Austin since its inception in 1974. The ICA has conducted excavations, environmental studies and field surveys at Metaponto, Croton and Chersonesos in Crimea.
Norma Ortíz Galindo is a Mexican graphic designer based in Austin, Texas and has worked on web design, branding, and transcription. She enjoys book editing, typography, and loves history of art.
Contributors: Massimo Barretta, Silvia M. Bertesago, Joseph Coleman Carter, Emanuela Conoci, Cesare D’Annibale, Claudio Giardino, Marta Mazzoli, Rebecca Miller Ammerman, Keith Swift, Floriana Vagali, Tiziana Zappatore
‘A very valuable reference, and sets a nice standard for merging data presentation with artifact analysis and cultural contextualization.’ Dr Andrew Donnelly, Texas A&M University