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Commercial inscription in Rome

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Sample tituli picti with potters' seals found at Monte Testaccio  
Exemplary tituli picti with stamps of potters found on Monte Testaccio

Titulus pictus was a commercial inscription made on the surface of a given artifact (such as an amphora).

In the picture amphora Dressel 20 with the type of titulus pictus inscription found under Monte Testaccio.

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