TERRA SIGILLATA AND RED SLIP POTTERY IN THE NORTH PONTIC REGION (A SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY) D.V. ZHURAVLEV Terra sigillata 1 which became widespread throughout the whole territory of Mediterranean and Black Sea region in the Roman period constitutes the most important historical source. Unfortunately, however, the terra sigillata of the North Pontic region has not been the subject of any serious or detailed study during the Soviet period. Far less attention has been devoted to the historiography of this question in Russia and the Ukraine than in the West. This is mainly linked with the fact that in the territory of the North Pontic region the few examples manufactured in the West which were found complete with stamps or richly decorated, which had attracted the attention of scholars from all over the world, while the unexceptional fragments of undecorated pottery making up the bulk of the nds at the sites of the North Pontic region constituted a limited source of information. In addition not very much attention used to be paid to the painstaking and labour-intensive work with mass-scale archaeological material in the former Soviet Union (with the exception of amphorae and hand-made pottery, in the study
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