Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 22

Edited by Abraham van As | 2006

Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 22

Edited by Abraham van As | 2006

ISBN: 1574175322

Imprint: Distributed Title | Format: 160x240mm | 159 pp. | Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 22 | Language: English | Keywords: archaeology; ceramology; ceramics; pottery; ancient Near East; pottery technology | download cover

ISSN: 1574-1753 (vol. 22)

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.

Pre-Columbian codex-style vessels from Central and South Mexico. A view into ancient ritual and worldview
G. Hernandez Sanchez

Searching for potters: doing pottery research in the Mixteca Alta
I.D.S. Houben

An interview with potters in the southernmost part of Malawi
K. Wentink

Cultural transmission and change in traditional Palestinian pottery production
H. J. Salem

Analysis of pottery sherds from the Karak Plateau, Central Jordan: shift in CaO/SiO2 composition through time
R. Reynolds

Persian period pottery in Transjordan: towards a characterisation of ceramic traditions of an obscure period
N.C.F. Groot and J. Dik

The Iron Age pottery of Khirbet al-Mudayna and site WT-13 in Jordan
M. L. Steiner

The earliest ceramics from Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria
O.P. Nieuwenhuyse

Interpretation and simulation of the manufacturing technique of Roman Sagalassos Red Slip Ware
A. van As and L. Jacobs

Preliminary data on Boian and GumelniF pottery from Teleor 008 and Magura-Bran respectively, Teleorman River Valley, Southern Romania
A. van As, L. Jacobs and L. Thissen

Book review: Franken, H.J. 2005. A History of Pottery and Potters in Ancient Jerusalem: Excavations by KM. Kenyon in Jerusalem 1961-1967, London
G.L. Mattingly

Current research (2006)

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

Pre-Columbian codex-style vessels from Central and South Mexico. A view into ancient ritual and worldview
G. Hernandez Sanchez

Searching for potters: doing pottery research in the Mixteca Alta
I.D.S. Houben

An interview with potters in the southernmost part of Malawi
K. Wentink

Cultural transmission and change in traditional Palestinian pottery production
H. J. Salem

Analysis of pottery sherds from the Karak Plateau, Central Jordan: shift in CaO/SiO2 composition through time
R. Reynolds

Persian period pottery in Transjordan: towards a characterisation of ceramic traditions of an obscure period
N.C.F. Groot and J. Dik

The Iron Age pottery of Khirbet al-Mudayna and site WT-13 in Jordan
M. L. Steiner

The earliest ceramics from Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria
O.P. Nieuwenhuyse

Interpretation and simulation of the manufacturing technique of Roman Sagalassos Red Slip Ware
A. van As and L. Jacobs

Preliminary data on Boian and GumelniF pottery from Teleor 008 and Magura-Bran respectively, Teleorman River Valley, Southern Romania
A. van As, L. Jacobs and L. Thissen

Book review: Franken, H.J. 2005. A History of Pottery and Potters in Ancient Jerusalem: Excavations by KM. Kenyon in Jerusalem 1961-1967, London
G.L. Mattingly

Current research (2006)

Contributors









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