|Limba de redactare||engleză (şi un rezumat în română)|
In this study, the author discusses certain lead objects, already published, which sparked interest right from the first lecture. For these, we will try to propose a more specific assignation, as their issuing workshop was identified quite doubtfully. C. Iconomu and C. Chiriac published lead pieces from different eras, dating from the Greek to the late Roman period, from the former collection of Ionel Matei (today at the Brăila Museum). Among the published ones, two lead weights were identified as belonging to the northern Black Sea city of Chersonesos. Also in the literature,a lead weight is mentioned, which unfortunately remained unpublished. A study published by R. Ocheşeanu and S. Torbatov, presents a weight bearing the HPA legend, which was rightly attributed to Dionysopolis. In the context of this discussion, R. Ocheşeanu and S. Torbatov mention the piece we will describe here.
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