Uncovering the traces of food and economics in the Roman Empire

Uncovering the traces of food and economics in the Roman Empire

Sarah VanderPloeg reveals the surface of large fragments of a Dressel 20 amphora that once held Olive Oil from Spain in Guadalquiver Valley in the province of Baetica.

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  1. Hello Sarah – is your ‘Victorian cobblestone feature’ the same one posted earlier by Beth (June 8th)? Any idea about what this feature and associated finds might indicate about 19th C. CE activity in this area? Are these the only post-Roman archaeological remains you find at Vindolanda?

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