The present article provides chemical, paleontological and mineralogical data obtained during an archaeometric charac- terization of 40 samples (33 pottery sherds, 5 clay samples, 1 sand sample and 1 red earth pigment) collected in the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii, Italy. The work- shop was still active during the 79 CE eruption of Mt. Vesu- vius and the archaeometric data obtained in our investigation reveal distinct differences between pottery and geological raw materials belonging to an early ’Phase 1 production (from the beginning of the 1st century CE to the 62 CE earthquake) and a subsequent ’Phase 2 production (from the 62 CE earthquake to the 79 CE eruption). These data inform the discussions and interpretations presented in the article entitled “A pottery workshop in Pompeii un- veils new insights on the Roman ceramics crafting tradition and raw materials trade”.

Archaeometric data from the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii (Southern Italy) / Grifa, Celestino; Germinario, Chiara; De Bonis, Alberto; Cavassa, Laetitia; Izzo, Francesco; Mercurio, Mariano; Langella, Alessio; Kakoulli, Ioanna; Fischer, Christian; Barra, Diana; Aiello, Giuseppe; Soricelli, Gianluca; Vyhnal, Christopher R.; Morra, Vincenzo. - In: DATA IN BRIEF. - ISSN 2352-3409. - 34:(2021), p. 106706. [10.1016/j.dib.2020.106706]

Archaeometric data from the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii (Southern Italy)

De Bonis, Alberto;Izzo, Francesco;Langella, Alessio;Barra, Diana;Aiello, Giuseppe;
2021

Abstract

The present article provides chemical, paleontological and mineralogical data obtained during an archaeometric charac- terization of 40 samples (33 pottery sherds, 5 clay samples, 1 sand sample and 1 red earth pigment) collected in the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii, Italy. The work- shop was still active during the 79 CE eruption of Mt. Vesu- vius and the archaeometric data obtained in our investigation reveal distinct differences between pottery and geological raw materials belonging to an early ’Phase 1 production (from the beginning of the 1st century CE to the 62 CE earthquake) and a subsequent ’Phase 2 production (from the 62 CE earthquake to the 79 CE eruption). These data inform the discussions and interpretations presented in the article entitled “A pottery workshop in Pompeii un- veils new insights on the Roman ceramics crafting tradition and raw materials trade”.
2021
Archaeometric data from the Via dei Sepolcri ceramic workshop in Pompeii (Southern Italy) / Grifa, Celestino; Germinario, Chiara; De Bonis, Alberto; Cavassa, Laetitia; Izzo, Francesco; Mercurio, Mariano; Langella, Alessio; Kakoulli, Ioanna; Fischer, Christian; Barra, Diana; Aiello, Giuseppe; Soricelli, Gianluca; Vyhnal, Christopher R.; Morra, Vincenzo. - In: DATA IN BRIEF. - ISSN 2352-3409. - 34:(2021), p. 106706. [10.1016/j.dib.2020.106706]
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