© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157005711X560453 Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia 16 (2010) 467-477 brill.nl/acss Ceramics from Sinope in Olbia Pontica Valentyna V. Krapivina Abstract Connections between Olbia Pontica and Sinope were ﬁrmly established by the 5 th century BC. The quantity of Sinopean goods in Olbia was especially numerous in the last quarter of the 4 th to the ﬁrst third of the 3 rd century BC. Tiles, louteria , amphorae containing wine and oil, and architectural terracottas were all imported from Sinope. These connections continued until the middle of the 1 st century BC, when Olbia was destroyed by the Getae. They were renewed again in the 1 st century AD and continued until the last quarter of the 4 th century AD, when the settlement of Olbia came to an end. Keywords Olbia Pontica, Sinope, Tiles, Amphorae, Trade Connections between Olbia Pontica and Sinope were ﬁrmly established by the 5 th century BC, as conﬁrmed by two inscriptions and other archaeologi- cal materials found at Olbia. The ﬁrst inscription is dated to the early 5 th cen- tury BC. It is a decree in honour of Ietrokles, the son of Hekataios, a
Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
Keywords: Amphorae; Sinope; Tiles; Olbia Pontica; Trade
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