VB·1 Ornavasso

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Object
Classification: bottle
Archaeological Type: fiasca a trottola, Kreiselflasche
Description: high shoulder and angular profile

Material: pottery
Size:
Extension (h): 15.9 cm6.259843 in
Diameter (max.): 22 cm8.661417 in
Condition: unknown

Archaeological Culture: La Tène D
Date: Graue II
Date derived from: unknown

Site: Ornavasso (Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Piemonte, Italy)
Field Name: San Bernardo
Archaeological context: grave 29
Coordinates (approx.): 45° 58' 8" N, 8° 24' 59" ELatitude: 45.968907
Longitude: 8.416259
[from site]
Find Date: end of 19th century
Find Circumstances: excavation
Finder: Enrico Bianchetti (archaeological director)
Current Location: Museo del Paesaggio (Verbania Pallanza)
Inventory Nr.: 261

Inscription: VB·1 (ṣasamos)

Alternative Sigla: Whatmough 1933 (PID): 305
Tibiletti Bruno 1981: 11
Solinas 1994: 129
Morandi 2004: 45

Sources: Morandi 2004: 547
Morandi 1999: 169
Solinas 1995: 375-376

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Commentary

Solinas (1994: 375): currently untraceable

Bibliography

Morandi 1999 Alessandro Morandi, "Epigrafia vascolare celtica fra Ticino e Como", Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 77 (1999), 151-204.
Morandi 2004 Alessandro Morandi, Celti d'Italia. A cura di Paola Piana Agostinetti. Tomo II: Epigrafia e lingua dei Celti d'Italia [= Popoli e civiltà dell'Italia antica 12.2], Roma: Spazio Tre 2004.
Piana Agostinetti 1972 Paola Piana Agostinetti, Documenti per la Protostoria della Val d'Ossola, Milano: 1972.
Solinas 1994 Patrizia Solinas, "Il Celtico in Italia", Studi Etruschi 60 (1994 [1995]), 311-408.
Stöckli 1975 Werner Ernst Stöckli, Chronologie der jüngeren Eisenzeit im Tessin [= Antiqua 2], Basel: Verlag Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte 1975.
Tibiletti Bruno 1981 Maria Grazia Tibiletti Bruno, "Le iscrizioni celtiche d'Italia", in: Enrico Campanile (Ed.), I Celti d'Italia, Pisa: Giardini 1981, 157-207.
Whatmough 1933 Joshua Whatmough, The Prae-Italic Dialects of Italy. Vol. 2, Part 3: The Raetic, Lepontic, Gallic, East-Italic, Messapic and Sicel inscriptions, Cambridge/Mass.: Harvard University Press 1933.

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