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Sulloniacae

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Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Sulloniacae

Place 

Categories: Craft / Design, Romans

Roman pottery, also called Sulloniacis. It is known only from an entry in the 'Antonine Itinerary', (a listing of routes and facilities in the Roman Empire). There is some doubt as to the authenticity of the site. Evidence has been found of pottery production, but modern excavations have failed to produce any remains of mutationes (stations for changing horses) or mansiones (accommodation for official travellers).

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Sulloniacae

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