BG·28 Ghisalba

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Classification: bottle

Material: pottery
Material composition: fiasca a trottola
Size: height 17.7 cm, max. diam. 12.8 cm
Condition: complete

Archaeological culture: La Tène C 2
Date: early 2nd c. BC
Date derived from: typology

Site: Ghisalba (Bergamo, Lombardia, Italy)
Field name: Cascina Don Bosco
Coordinates (approx.): 45° 35' 19.28" N, 9° 45' 8.66" E
Find date: before 1978
Current location: Antiquarium Comunale (Ghisalba)
Inventory no.: St 42779


Alternative sigla: Morandi 2004: 285

Sources: Morandi 2004: 711 no. 85


Image in Poggiani Keller 2007e: 214, fig. 219 (photo).

Fiasca a trottola with high, comparatively slender body, long neck and ring-shaped foot. Dating from Poggiani Keller 2007e: 214, who compares a similar specimen from tomb 64 at Santa Maria di Zevio.

See also De Martino 1978: 18 ff. and Rossi 1991–1996: 88, n. 331 (both n.v.).

Corinna Salomon


De Martino 1978 Marco De Martino, Ghisalba. Ritrovamenti Erratici nel Territorio, Bergamo: Gruppo Archeologico Bergamasco 1978.