Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 23

Edited by Abraham van As | 2007

Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 23

Edited by Abraham van As | 2007

ISBN: 1574175323

Imprint: Distributed Title | Format: 160x240mm | 188 pp. | Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies vol. 23 | Language: English | Keywords: archaeology; ceramology; ceramics; pottery; ancient Near East; pottery technology | download cover

ISSN: 1574-1753 (vol. 23)

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.

Applying organic residue analysis in ceramic studies – a functional approach
T.F.M. Oudemans

Not fit for firing: unfired vessel fragments from Late Bronze Age Têll Sabi Abyad, Syria, and their value for the study of pottery technology
K. Duistermaat

Some technological aspects of Late Uruk pottery from Jebel Aruda, Syria
A. van As

Restorations on the Late Uruk pottery of Jebel Aruda – old and new
R. Dooijes, F. Burghout, M. H. Düring, and O.P. Nieuwenhuyse

Ceramic technology of selected Hellenistic and Iron Age pottery based on re-firing experiments
G.A. London and R. Shuster and L. Jacobs

In search of the ceramic traditions of Late Iron Age IIC pottery excavated at Têll Deir ‘Alla in the Central Jordan Valley
N.C.F. Groot

Some thoughts on the appearance of pottery in the Lower Danube Plain (Romania)
L. Thissen, A. van As and L. Jacobs

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

Contemporary traditional pottery in Central and South Mexico. On colonial technical introductions and their assimilation
G. Hernández Sánchez

Contextualizing the design mind of an ancient potter: a case study of the religious context of Islam and Ming Kendi
FOO Check-Têck and TEO Khay Chuan

Current research of the Leiden Department of Pottery Têchnology (20O7)

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

Applying organic residue analysis in ceramic studies – a functional approach
T.F.M. Oudemans

Not fit for firing: unfired vessel fragments from Late Bronze Age Têll Sabi Abyad, Syria, and their value for the study of pottery technology
K. Duistermaat

Some technological aspects of Late Uruk pottery from Jebel Aruda, Syria
A. van As

Restorations on the Late Uruk pottery of Jebel Aruda – old and new
R. Dooijes, F. Burghout, M. H. Düring, and O.P. Nieuwenhuyse

Ceramic technology of selected Hellenistic and Iron Age pottery based on re-firing experiments
G.A. London and R. Shuster and L. Jacobs

In search of the ceramic traditions of Late Iron Age IIC pottery excavated at Têll Deir ‘Alla in the Central Jordan Valley
N.C.F. Groot

Some thoughts on the appearance of pottery in the Lower Danube Plain (Romania)
L. Thissen, A. van As and L. Jacobs

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

Contemporary traditional pottery in Central and South Mexico. On colonial technical introductions and their assimilation
G. Hernández Sánchez

Contextualizing the design mind of an ancient potter: a case study of the religious context of Islam and Ming Kendi
FOO Check-Têck and TEO Khay Chuan

Current research of the Leiden Department of Pottery Têchnology (20O7)

Contributors









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