Terra sigillata discovered in the Roman fort at Micia (VeŢel, Hunedoara county) from the National History Museum of Romania collections: between local production and imports
This study focuses on the analyses of a specific type of archaeological material, terra sigillata found in the Roman fort at
After the Roman conquest of Dacia, most of the products available at that time were imported into the newly established
province. This is clearly the case with terra sigillatta, among which the most notable are the imports from Lezoux, Rheinzabern
and Westerndorf. In a second phase, along with the population’s growth, and therefore the increase in demand, the
local officinae began to produce terra sigillata.