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Table crockery

<p>Krater, jar and vessel made of glazed ceramic, 1<sup>st</sup> century AD</p>
<p>Photos: Ramon Manent. Museum of Matar&oacute;</p>

Krater, jar and vessel made of glazed ceramic, 1st century AD

Photos: Ramon Manent. Museum of Mataró

Set of Roman glazed ceramic made up of a krater, a jar and a vessel. This is a kind of ceramics that originated in southern Gallia, which was quite uncommon in the Laietania zone. They show a greenish glaze outside and a yellowish or honey coloured glaze inside. This set of table crockery, related to the consumption of wine, reveals the existence of a sophisticated urban society that was fully integrated into the values of Roman culture.

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