Identificación de dos locales de distribución de vino y aceite en relieves de Isola Sacra (IPO A 169A=ISLIS 305; IPO A 169B=ISLIS 306)
In 1930, Calza published two terracotta reliefs found at Isola Sacra. They showed two scenes related to the profession of the deceased. They were identified as tabernae of a water seller, as in the inscription of one of them is present the name aquatari(us). In this article we argue that these are two tabernae but, in wich oil and wine were sold, as a result of the identification of the types of amphorae. The three types of oil amphorae from the scenes are in complete agreement with the three existing types of amphorae at Monte Testaccio (Roma) in the levels belonging to the late second century AD.