|Size:||4.8 cm x 4 cm (fragment), thickness 0.4 cm|
|Autopsy by:||Corinna Salomon|
|Date of autopsy:||Sep 30 2021|
|Archaeological culture:||La Tène D 2|
|Date:||second half of 1st c. BC|
|Date derived from:||typology, archaeological context|
|Site:||Gamsen (Wallis, Switzerland)|
|Coordinates (approx.):||46° 18' 15.84" N, 7° 57' 39.79" E|
|Find date:||between 1988 and 1999|
|Current location:||Office cantonal d'archéologie Valais (Sion)|
|Inventory no.:||BW 1590-15|
|Sources:||Paccolat et al. 2019: 3B 622|
Image in Paccolat et al. 2019: 3B 623 pl. 115, no. 2143 (photo).
Found during excavations at the Waldmatte site of the Gamsen settlement. The fragment of the wall of a closed ceramic vessel – probably an olla – whose form cannot be reconstructed comes from a layer dated to LT D2B (late 1st c. BC), but may be somewhat older (Paccolat et al. 2019: 3B 622, no. 2144, 3A 285, no. 2144). Note that, in the publication, the object got mixed up with another ceramic fragment with marks on it (EX·3) in vol. 3A p. 260 and in vol. 3B in the plate.