Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 21

Edited by Abraham van As | 2005

Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 21

Edited by Abraham van As | 2005

ISBN: 1574175321

Imprint: Distributed Title | Format: 160x240mm | 133 pp. | Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 21 | Language: English | Keywords: archaeology; ceramology; ceramics; pottery; ancient Near East; pottery technology | download cover

ISSN: 1574-1753 (vol. 21)

The Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies was published by the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. The first volume was published in 1983. The series ran for 26 years until its last volume was issued in 2010. The journal contains a myriad of different topics related to the study of ceramics, ranging from ethno-archaeology and experimental archaeology to high-tech archaeometric analyses.

In collaboration with the Faculty of Archaeology, all volumes in this journal are now made available in digital format at Sidestone Press.

Hendricus Jacobus Franken (1917-2005)
A. van As

Clays collected. Towards an identification of source areas for clays used in the production of pre-Columbian pottery in the northern Lesser Antilles
C.L. Hofman, A.J.D. lsendoorn and M.A. Booden

Golden Grove: a late-prehistoric ceramic complex of Tobago
A. Boomert

Preliminary data on Vadastra pottery from Teleor 003, Teleorman River Valley, Southern Romania
A. van As, L. Jacobs and L. Thissen

A white-ground lekythos from the Netherlands National Museum of Antiquities: the acquisition, conservation and experimental reconstruction of the manufacturing technique
R.B. Halbertsma, R. Dooijes, L. Jacobs and A. van As

Experimental archaeology and prehistoric technology: an exploration into Neolithic pottery production in the Dakhleh oasis, south central Egypt
A. Jamieson and A. Warfe

Arguments for and against stone cooking in early sixth millennium B.C. Southern Romania
A van As, L. Jacobs and L. Thissen

The Tell es-Sa’diyeh baking tray
M.M.E. Vilders

The relationship between subsistence and pottery production areas: an ethnoarchaeological study in Jordan
N.Ali

Current research (2005)

Contributors

Abstract:

The Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies was published by the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. The first volume was published in 1983. The series ran for 26 years until its last volume was issued in 2010. The journal contains a myriad of different topics related to the study of ceramics, ranging from ethno-archaeology and experimental archaeology to high-tech archaeometric analyses.

In collaboration with the Faculty of Archaeology, all volumes in this journal are now made available in digital format at Sidestone Press.

Contents

Hendricus Jacobus Franken (1917-2005)
A. van As

Clays collected. Towards an identification of source areas for clays used in the production of pre-Columbian pottery in the northern Lesser Antilles
C.L. Hofman, A.J.D. lsendoorn and M.A. Booden

Golden Grove: a late-prehistoric ceramic complex of Tobago
A. Boomert

Preliminary data on Vadastra pottery from Teleor 003, Teleorman River Valley, Southern Romania
A. van As, L. Jacobs and L. Thissen

A white-ground lekythos from the Netherlands National Museum of Antiquities: the acquisition, conservation and experimental reconstruction of the manufacturing technique
R.B. Halbertsma, R. Dooijes, L. Jacobs and A. van As

Experimental archaeology and prehistoric technology: an exploration into Neolithic pottery production in the Dakhleh oasis, south central Egypt
A. Jamieson and A. Warfe

Arguments for and against stone cooking in early sixth millennium B.C. Southern Romania
A van As, L. Jacobs and L. Thissen

The Tell es-Sa’diyeh baking tray
M.M.E. Vilders

The relationship between subsistence and pottery production areas: an ethnoarchaeological study in Jordan
N.Ali

Current research (2005)

Contributors









© 2016 Sidestone Press      KvK nr. 28114891