The Roman Period

Hypothetical reconstitution of the industrial complex, bathhouse and road.

Head of a small bronze statuette, cut at the height of the neck and chin, representing a young man, beardless face framed by large tufts of hair. The contours of the face and hair volume suggest it was manufactured using the lost wax casting process but not much effort was put into the finishing work.

Amphora handle with maker’s mark [C.O.I. (?)] probably corresponding to the three names of the manufacturer (tria nomina). Produced in Spain (Hispania Baetica) these amphorae were used to transport olive oil.