The Complex Past of Pottery

Production, Circulation and Consumption of Mycenaean and Greek Pottery (16th to early 5th centuries BC)

Proceedings of the ARCHON International Conference, held in Amsterdam,1996.

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Contents: Wijngaarden, G.J. v.: The complex past of pottery: an introduction. Wijngaarden, G.J. v.: Production, circulation and consumption of Mycenaean pottery (sixteenth to twelfth centuries BC) Crielaard, J.P.: Production, circulation and consumption of Early Iron Age Greek pottery (eleventh to seventh centuries BC). Stissi, V.: Production, circulation and consumption of Archaic Greek potterey (sixth and early fifth centuries BC). Leeuw, S. v.d.: Exchange and trade in ceramics: some notes from the pottery's point of view. Vagnetti, L.: Mycenaean pottery in the central Mediterranean: imports and local production in their context. - Sherratt, S.: E pur si muove: pots markets and values in the second millennium Mediterranean. Morgan, C.: Some thoughts on the production and consumption of Early Iron Age pottery in the Aegean. Crielaard, J.P.: Early Iron Age Greek pottery in Cyprus and North Syria: a consumption-oriented approach. Perreault, J.Y.: Production et distribution à l'époque archaique: le cas d'un atelier de potier de Thasos. Hannestad, L.: The reception of Attic pottery by the indigenous peoples of Italy: the evidence from funerary contexts.

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