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African red slip ware - Roman terra sigillata - African terra sigillata
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Roman terra sigillata plate fragment with sheep, 4th-5th century A.D. African red slip ware plate fragment, North Africa, with sheep, 8 cm high. Private collection

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Roman terra sigillata plate fragment with lion, 4th-5th century A.D. African red slip ware plate fragment, North Africa, with lion, 6 cm high. Private collection

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Roman terra sigillata plate lanx fragment with Circe, 4th-5th century A.D. African red slip ware plate lanx fragment, North Africa, from Pegasus Tablet, with Circe make a poison, inscribed KYPKHO, 15 cm long. Private collection

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Roman terra sigillata mould, 4th-5th century A.D. African red slip ware mould, North Africa, with man with raised arms, 5 cm high. Private collection

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Roman terra sigillata plate with applied decor, African red slip ware, 4th - 5th century A.D. Chi Rho over lamp, bearded man (Saint Peter?), youth with wreath (Christ?) and below an Eros with torches and vases, 20,8 cm diameter. Private collection

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Roman red ware lamp fragment with Apostle Peter Enthroned, North Africa, 5th century A.D. African red-ware Pottery provides some of the oldest motifs and portraits of Biblical characters. this pottery was influenced by the teaching of Saint Augustine of Hippo during the 4th and 5th century A.D. 350-420 A.D. after the political conversion of the Roman by Emperor Constantine from paganism to Christianity permitted for the inauguration of Christian motifs on public artwork. Private collection

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Roman red ware sherd with Lamb of God, North Africa, 5th century A.D. Published in Light from the Age of Augustine. Private collection

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Roman terra sigillata jug, 4th-5th century A.D. African red slip ware jug, North Africa, with handle and body with leaves scratched after firing, 16 cm high. Private collection

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Roman terra sigillata plate fragment with bears, 4th-5th century A.D. African red slip ware plate fragment, North Africa, with bears fighting, 17.9 cm long. Private collection

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Roman pottery jug in shape of a cockerel, 4th-5th century A.D. North Africa, with spout and base, 18.4 cm high. Private collection

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