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Plain Samian conical cup. There is an official stamp that reads: "QUINTI.M", for the potter Quintus of Lezoux. It has a red glossy slip and has been reconstructed from two large sherds and one part of the rim has been restored. The walls of the cup are slightly concave with a single groove half way down the wall externally. This type of cup was made in Lezoux, France (Central Gaul). It was found at Coleman Street, London.
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