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Amphora Dressel 6A with stamps CA^DMI e RUBRI. Intact. Wine amphora characterised by a long cylindrical neck, a slightly carinated shoulder and two vertical, oval-section handles. Ovoid body ending with a foot. Collared rim. Its underwater origin is not verifiable. The amphora is to be…

An intact amphora of Corinthian B type, Greek-Siceliote production. Rim with an echinoid band. Tall neck from which the handles ramify just below the rim. Globular body, tending towards biconical. Bottom with a short, truncated foot. The Corinthian amphorae were introduced into a large part…

Wine amphora made in the Eastern Mediterranean. Biological degradation The amphora presents an epilithic colonisation almost on the whole surface. Particularly relevant are thalli of encrusting red algae (visible as a hard, whitish patina). Moreover, there are present also colonies of Bryozoa and encrusting tubes…

Bronze lump of a rectangular, rounded shape and a plane-convex section. Ongoing investigations, focused mainly on the unit of weight measurement, may lead to its dating to the Bronze Age. Close to the site, a stone anchor of a truncated-pyramidal shape was found: perhaps it…

Spheroidal stone projectile. Belonging to a petrary or a small bombard. These projectiles were mostly used with heavy breechloaders in wrought iron. Biological degradation No traces of biological colonisations are visible. References

Amphora neck, broken at the height of the shoulders. Biological degradation The fragment of the amphora presents – on the external and internal surfaces (especially inside the neck) – a mixed colonisation with a predominant presence of sedentary Polychaeta, encrusting red algae thalli and Bryozoans.…

Ingot in lead, oblong, “baguette”-shaped. Short rounded sides. Biological degradation The artefact does not show signs of biological degradation. References MEDAGLIA, c.d.s.