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Gap between Porticello and Alonnesos seems too narrow for the amphora forms. **H17:5 should sit closer to Olynthos and to B12:5, but must stay very near Thasian Group F1. Negotiating Chronologies 49 Table 2. Late and Early Dates for the Thasian start and transition. 430-425 Transition c. 330 or later Transition c. 340 or earlier R13:4 Mendean amphoras c. 430 R13:4 Mendean amphoras c. 430 425-420 420-415 415-410 R11:3 Mendean R11:3 Mendean 410-405 405-400 Alonnesos wreck Thasian Group A Alonnesos wreck 400-395 Thasian Group B; Porticello wreck w/proto-rouletting * J13-14:1; D19:1 w/proto-rouletting Thasian Group B U13:1 395-390 Thasian Group A Thasian Group C H12:11 w/rouletting 390-385 Thasian Group B; Porticello wreck w/proto-rouletting J13-14:1; D19:1 w/proto-rouletting Thasian Group C 385-380 Thasian Group B U13:1 Thasian Group D 380-375 Thasian Group C H12:11 w/ rouletting Thasian Group E 375-370 Thasian Group C Group F1 370-365 Thasian Group D El Sec Mendean Group F1; El Sec Mendean H17:5 with rouletting ** 365-360 Thasian Group E Maussolleion amphora c.

390. Reconsideration of the contents of D19:1 and J13-14:1 does, therefore, estab­ lish their early 4th century dates. The dependence of such dates on a range of chronologies other than Thasian amphora stamps is clear. Even with this adjustment of these deposit dates, the starting date of the Thasian stamp series still remains uncertain. The cistern fill D19:1, with its very well-preserved example amidst early 4th century finewares, encourages a date later than c. 400 for the eponym Teles( ). The lack of rouletting on associated black- Negotiating Chronologies 43 Fig.

These other coins, in turn, might depend on a questionable interpretation of the historical sources. Or consider the dating of a single dumped fill of pottery. Some of the types present might span a 50-year period in our cur­ rent understanding of their production and use; for the sake of illustration consider that to be 300-250 BC. The most common type found in the same deposit might be known to cease production and common use c. 290. In light of the frequent finds of the latter type and given the possibility of the former type being produced and used as early as 300, a closing date well before 250 and much closer to 290 would have to be considered as a strong possibility.

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