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Two red slipped jugs with applied decoration were found during the excavations on the area of the former Óbuda Gas Factory. According to the morphological traits and the decoration, both items belong to the African Red Slip Wares (ARS) with applied decoration, within them in the group of the so-called El-Aouja wares. According to the qualitative traits (very finely tempered clay, shiny red slip), these items belong to Solomonson C1 group. They were made between 200 and the 270’s AD. We have to count with the importation of the products of the C1–C2 groups of the African Red Slip Wares of applied decoration to the south-eastern region of the Pannonian limes.

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