|Almagro 50 amphoras|
A cylindrical amphora with a long body, short spike and neck and thick triangular rim, to which the thick, short round handles are joined, in pale buff or grey fabrics. Produced in the southern Iberian provinces and with a wide distribution around the western Mediterranean and sparsely in the north-western provinces.
|Dressel 2-4 amphoras|
A tall cylindrical amphora with angular shoulders, characteristic bifid handles and a beaded rim. This is the most important wine amphora of the early imperial period, both produced in many regions (notably Italy, Gaul, Spain and the Eastern Mediterranean, but also southern Britain) and exported widely.
|Dressel 20 amphoras and allied types|
A large globular amphora with substantial cylindrical handles and a prominent beaded or angular rim in a characteristic granular fabric, produced in the Spanish province of Baetica from the 1st to 3rd centuries and exported in very large numbers around the western Mediterranean and across the north-west provinces.
|Dressel 23 amphoras|
A globular amphora with cylindrical handles with beaded rim, in fine-textured buff or cream fabrics. The later variant of the Baetican Dressel 20 class, and rare in Britain.
|Dressel 28 amphoras|
Flat-based two-handled amphora with collared rim with prominent groove on the outer face. Principally from southern Spain, with some production in southern Gaul.
|Dressel 7-11 'salazon' amphoras|
A series of cylindrical two-handled amphoras in pale fabrics produced in southern Spain with a wide distribution around the western Mediterranean and across the north-west provinces during the 1st and 2nd centuries AD.
|Haltern 70 amphoras|
A tall cylindrical two-handled amphora with a collared rim, grooved handles and a solid spike, in a distinctive granular fabric. Produced in the Spanish province of Baetica and widely distributed across the north-west provinces during the 1st century AD.
|Pascual 1 amphoras|
A cylindrical two-handled amphora with a tall collared rim in either dark red or pale cream-coloured wares. Produced in Catalonia (ES), and more rarely in southern Gaul (FR), and distributed across the north-west provinces during the 1st century AD.
|Spanish colour-coated ware|
Cups and beakers in a fine textured pale brown ware with golden-brown slip, typically decorated with floral motifs in barbotine, produced in southern Spain and widely distributed around the western Mediterranean and across the north-west provinces during the 1st century AD.