A COLLECTION OF AFRICAN RED SLIP WARE IN THE NÁPRSTEK MUSEUM
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A group of six specimens of Late Roman pottery from the region of North Africa forms part of collections of the Naprstek Museum. The group comprises of vessels from several different functional types, forming a representative sample of the pottery production of the region. The paper discusses the setting of the individual vessels in the North African ceramic production, their dating, and provenance.