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Ceramics Class Imbrex
Publictation Status Published
Publictation Year 2016
Definition Fragmented imbrex used as burial container
Formation Process Intentional Deposition
Stratigraphic Reliability Good
Stratigraphic Unit Type Anthropic
Elevation Maximum 62.0
Elevation Minimum 62.0
In Elevation Drawing False
Has Photosmodels True
Observations dry, sunny conditions, good visibility, SU had been topo'ed in and was later removed from situ. Grave 45.
Position east central in area B 2011
Shape semicircular to long rectangular as imbrices usually tend to be
Finds Observations One nearly complete imbrex from tomb 45. Imbrex is nearly complete; sinter covers both sides of the tile.
Ceramics Observations No datable material.
Originally Filled Date 2011-02-08
Originally Revised Date 2011-02-08
Originally Entered Date 2011-06-12
Originally PDF Date 2011-03-08
Originally Signed Date 2012-07-16
Record Revised Date 2016-04-17
Interpretation Partially fragmented imbrex which has been used as burial container for an infant burial.
Imbrex (total count) 1
Imbrex (weight, kg) 3.065
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Rachel Opitz, Marcello Mogetta, Nicola Terrenato. (2017) "Unit 1479 from Europe/Italy/Gabii/Area B". In The Gabii Project. Rachel Opitz, Marcello Mogetta, Nicola Terrenato (Ed). Released: 2017-06-04. Open Context. <> ARK (Archive):

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