Rhine Province


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Rhine′ Prov′ince


n.
a former province of Prussia, mostly W of the Rhine: now divided between Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine–Westphalia. Also called Rhineland. German, Rheinland.
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Presenting recent results on Roman pottery, archaeologists consider such topics as the import and distribution of eastern amphorae within the Rhine province; Roman pottery groups from the excavation of pits, a cremation, and other features at Sholden, Kent; curved ceramic firedogs in the western Low Lands (Flanders and the western Netherlands) during the Roman era; and African redslip of the fifth and sixth centuries and Late Roman C wares from Ossonoba (Faro, Algarve, Portugal): the assemblage from Horta de Miseric rdia.
As the subtitle of his book indicates, he focuses primarily on the graduates of the semiclassical and modern schools in the rapidly industrializing Rhine province during the second half of the nineteenth century.