|Size:||height: 7.8 cm, rim diameter: 10.6 cm, maximum diameter: 10.8 cm, base diameter: 3 cm, thickness: 4 mm|
|Date:||5th–1st centuries BC|
|Date derived from:||archaeological context|
|Site:||Serso (fraction of: Pergine Valsugana, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)|
|Field name:||Montesei di Serso|
|Archaeological context:||house No. 2|
(Objects: SR-1 antler, SR-2 antler, SR-3 antler, SR-4 antler, SR-5 antler, SR-6 antler, SR-7 antler, SR-8 antler, SR-9 antler, SR-10 antler, SR-11 stone, SR-12 antler, SR-13 antler, SR-14 potsherd, SR-15 bowl)
|Coordinates (approx.):||46° 4' 28.16" N, 11° 14' 39.44" E|
|Current location:||Museo delle Scienze di Trento (repository)|
|Inventory Nr.:||PEGO 14|
|Sources:||Perini 1965b: 155 (No. B 1), fig. 6|
Object SR-15 bowl.
Bowl with omphalos.
Outside on the bottom characters, probably with non-script character like Mancini supposes it (cp. IR: 296).
The excavation in Montesei di Serso started in 1962 and was continued until 1964. In 1963 was discovered a house structure which can be dated to the second half of the Iron Age, i.e. to the 5th-1st centuries BC. The date is based on the different ceramic fragments from Sanzeno bowls which were found in this area.
|IR||Alberto Mancini, "Iscrizioni retiche", Studi Etruschi 43 (1975), 249–306.|