Harvard Art Museums> 1977.216.2010: Fragment of an Amphora with graffito inscription Inscriptions Collections Search Exit Deep Zoom Mode Zoom Out Zoom In Reset Zoom Full Screen Add to Collection Order Image Copy Link Copy Citation Citation"Fragment of an Amphora with graffito inscription , 1977.216.2010,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Mar 20, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/287174. Reuse via IIIF Toggle Deep Zoom Mode Download This object does not yet have a description. Identification and Creation Object Number 1977.216.2010 Title Fragment of an Amphora with graffito inscription Classification Inscriptions Work Type inscription Date 2nd century CE Places Find Spot: Ancient & Byzantine World, Europe, Rome (Latium) Period Roman Imperial period, Middle Culture Roman Persistent Link https://hvrd.art/o/287174 Location Location Level 3, Room 3620, University Study Gallery View this object's location on our interactive map Physical Descriptions Medium Terracotta Technique Incised Dimensions 12.9 x 8.7 x 0.7 cm (5 1/16 x 3 7/16 x 1/4 in.) Inscriptions and Marks manufacturer's mark: incised graffito: PRIAMI CLARI (?) Provenance Recorded Ownership History Acquired by A.S. Pease on Monte Testaccio, December 1905. Gift to the Department of the Classics, 1906. Transfer from Department of the Classics, 1977. Acquisition and Rights Credit Line Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Transfer from the Department of the Classics, Harvard University, Gift of Dr. A. S. Pease Accession Year 1977 Object Number 1977.216.2010 Division Asian and Mediterranean Art Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Permissions The Harvard Art Museums encourage the use of images found on this website for personal, noncommercial use, including educational and scholarly purposes. To request a higher resolution file of this image, please submit an online request. Descriptions Description Potsherd of red clay, incised before firing and later covered with a yellowish gray slip. The wheel-marks inside show that this is from the bottom of the amphora, and that the inscription was upside down. Names incised on vessels before firing are infrequent, and seem to usually identify the potter. Publication History Clifford Herschel Moore, Latin Inscriptions in the Harvard Collection of Classical Antiquities, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology (1909), Vol. 20/pp. 1-14, cat. no. 36, p. 14 Exhibition History 32Q: 3620 University Study Gallery, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 01/28/2023 - 05/07/2023 Verification Level This record has been reviewed by the curatorial staff but may be incomplete. Our records are frequently revised and enhanced. For more information please contact the Division of Asian and Mediterranean Art at email@example.com This page is a presentation of the object's record in our API. API records are regularly refreshed with data from our catalog. This record was refreshed March 19th, 2023 05:49:13 am.