||Oberaden form 101,
catalogued with the `Belgischekeramik',
is analogous to
There was apparently only one example,
in a coarse red-brown fabric,
without wheel-marks but distinguished by
a micaceous slip or wash over the rim and shoulder.
Loeschcke cites the Trier vase,
previously illustrated in his report
on the material from Haltern
(Loeschcke 1909, Abb.44,7)
as a parallel,
which might suggest that the Oberaden vessel is in TF1.
Wells suggests that Oberaden was occupied
for one or two seasons between
11 and 8BC
(Wells 1972, 216-8;
for dendrochronological dates from the fortress).
||Loeschcke in Albrecht 1942, 134, Type 101, Taf.42,101, Taf.40,3
||TF1 Granite tempered - possibly
Location map : Oberaden
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