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The analysis of amphorae from Carthaginian settlement assemblages

Roald Docter (UGent)
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This paper discusses the development of amphora studies in Carthage within the frame of general Phoenician-Punic amphora studies. Building upon an approach applied by Babette Bechtold and the present author, the amphora material within a stratigraphical sequence in the Hamburg excavations, below the Decumanus Maximus in Carthage, is analysed. It is suggested that the rise of local amphorae started already within the first quarter of the seventh century BCE, earlier than previously thought. Also, the importance of contextual analysis of amphora finds, and the inclusion of amphora wall sherds in such analyses, is advocated.
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Amphorae, Punic, Carthage, Urban

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MLA
Docter, Roald. “The Analysis of Amphorae from Carthaginian Settlement Assemblages.” Amphorae in the Phoenician-Punic World : The State of the Art, edited by Roald Docter et al., vol. 62, Peeters, 2022, pp. 145–56.
APA
Docter, R. (2022). The analysis of amphorae from Carthaginian settlement assemblages. In R. Docter, E. Gubel, V. Martinez Hahnmüller, & A. Perugini (Eds.), Amphorae in the Phoenician-Punic world : the state of the art (Vol. 62, pp. 145–156). Leuven: Peeters.
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Docter, Roald. 2022. “The Analysis of Amphorae from Carthaginian Settlement Assemblages.” In Amphorae in the Phoenician-Punic World : The State of the Art, edited by Roald Docter, Eric Gubel, Victor Martinez Hahnmüller, and Andrea Perugini, 62:145–56. Leuven: Peeters.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Docter, Roald. 2022. “The Analysis of Amphorae from Carthaginian Settlement Assemblages.” In Amphorae in the Phoenician-Punic World : The State of the Art, ed by. Roald Docter, Eric Gubel, Victor Martinez Hahnmüller, and Andrea Perugini, 62:145–156. Leuven: Peeters.
Vancouver
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Docter R. The analysis of amphorae from Carthaginian settlement assemblages. In: Docter R, Gubel E, Martinez Hahnmüller V, Perugini A, editors. Amphorae in the Phoenician-Punic world : the state of the art. Leuven: Peeters; 2022. p. 145–56.
IEEE
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R. Docter, “The analysis of amphorae from Carthaginian settlement assemblages,” in Amphorae in the Phoenician-Punic world : the state of the art, Ghent, Belgium, 2022, vol. 62, pp. 145–156.
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general Phoenician-Punic amphora studies. Building upon an approach applied by Babette 
Bechtold and the present author, the amphora material within a stratigraphical sequence in the 
Hamburg excavations, below the Decumanus Maximus in Carthage, is analysed. It is suggested 
that the rise of local amphorae started already within the first quarter of the seventh century 
BCE, earlier than previously thought. Also, the importance of contextual analysis of amphora 
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