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The 1970s saw the first publication of a set of lead plaques used as labels on transport vessels found in a shipwreck off Annaba, Algeria. They were wrapped around the handles of several Africana II C2 amphoras and some referred to officinae, probably of salted fish. Labelling merchandise with...
The Bay of Caska, on the Island of Pag, preserves the remains of a stratified settlement, with an important phase linked to a Roman maritime villa, the property of the senatorial family Calpurnii Pisones. After presenting the geographical and historical context of the site of Caska, the article...
Excavation of North Carolina shipwreck 31CR314, Queen Anne's Revenge, has yielded an assemblage of sheet lead artefacts that reflect hull maintenance and repair practices on the slave ship, turned pirate flagship. This article will outline the different types of lead artefacts recovered from QAR...
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