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In Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries) Daniela Tănase examines the practice of metalworking with the aim of comparing the archaeological evidence of different peoples in the Middle and Lower Danube in the Early Middle Ages, with a particular focus on blacksmithing, goldsmithing and burial customs. Evidence suggests that the distinction between these specialties was quite fluid, so blacksmiths could craft jewelery, while jewelers were able to create tools and weapons. The study also reveals how the production process and the main techniques employed by craftsmen for the ornamentation of dress and accessories were subject to multiple influences, from Byzantium, the eastern steppe, and the Merovingian kingdoms.
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)
In: Craftsmen and Jewelers in the Middle and Lower Danube Region (6th to 7th Centuries)