Saturday, 22 September 2012

RCRF - Pots under the (Sicilian) volcano

Next week will be a pretty intense one for Roman pottery specialists, since the 28th biannual Congress of the Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautores will take place in Catania, in the shadow of Mt. Etna.
For those who are not acquainted with this organisation, the RCRF is the largest (and most authoritative) international society specialising in the field of Roman pottery.

This year's congress is titled "From broken pottery to lost identity in Roman times" and it features 47 talks and 91 posters. Among these, quite a few will deal with Roman pottery in Campania; here it is a (hopefully) complete list. Please note that you can read the abstract of Apolline Project's talk (i.e. Martucci-De Simone-D'Italia), here on

J.T. Pea, The Pompeii Artifact Life History Project: Conceptual background and first season’s results.

C.S. Martucci - G.F. De Simone - S. D’Italia, Late Antique local productions between Vesuvius and the Apennines.

D. Bernal - D. Cottica - E. Garca-Vargas - L. Toniolo - C.G. Rodrguez- Santana - C. Acqua - R. Marlasca - J. Vargas - A.M. Sez, Un contexto excepcional en Pompeya: estudio interdisciplinar de la pila de ánforas de la Bottega del Garum (I, XII, 8). 


M. DE FILIPPO, Transport amphorae from Rione Terra, Pozzuoli (Napoli).

R. FEDERICO, Amphorae, broken amphorae and pottery fragments from a Roman villa south of Naples: Stabiae and the romanized territory until the eruption of 79. 

P. ORLANDO, Cooking Ware and Coarse Ware from Rione Terra (Pozzuoli, Naples).
A. RIBERA, Sicilian Amphorae in Pompei.
C. SUGIYAMA - T. MUKAI - M. AOYAGI, The function and use of big mortar in late Roman -the archaeobotanical research in Somma Vesuviana (Italy).

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