Stuff that makes my map look different from other maps:
- Gattiola “find” was an error in reporting, same as Romito Pozzuolo finds
- Campobasso numbers are not consistently reported: at least two likely from general region seems responsible
- It seems likely Fallani is part of Campania (?) and since we don’t have an actual count I just increased my dot size.
I am coming round to a date c. 295, but feel this does not mean we ought to completely throw out a connection–at least in terms of distribution, if not the actual impetus to strike–with the via Appia.
Like Bernard 2018: 153 (fig. 5.4), I’m relying on Vitale 1998 (if you need a PDF scan of the catalogue, happy to share with colleagues) and Burnett and Molinari 2015.
|Likely Findspot||number of specimens||GPS coordinates used|
|Campania (?), may be higher number if Fallani is part of this||4+||41.105556, 14.213889|
|Campobasso (x 2)||2 or 3||41.566667, 14.666667|
|Romito Pozzuolo||1||43.121389, 11.955833|
|Oppido Lucano||1||40.762849, 15.98752|
|Ponte Gini di Orentano||2||43.778889, 10.661944|
|Rocca S. Felice (Irpino)||1||40.95, 15.166667|
|Rossano di Vaglio||1||40.686241, 15.938469|
|S. Chirco Nuovo||4||40.683333, 16.083333|
|S. Giorgio Ionico||6||40.45, 17.366667|
|S. Maria C.V.||2||41.083333, 14.25|
|San Martino in Pensilis||3||41.866667, 15.016667|
|M. Marzo (Sicily)||1||Not included|
|La Palma (Spain)
Also not shown:
Spain: J. Noguera, ‘La Palma – Nova Classis. A Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus encampment during the Second Punic War in Iberia,’ Madrider Mitteilungen 53 (2012), 262-86 (I also didn’t map it).
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