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Glazed Pottery of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea Region, 10th–18th Centuries. Vol. 2

Поливная керамика Средиземноморья и Причерноморья X-XVIII. вв Том 2

Stratum, 2017 - ISBN 978-9975-4269-1-6 - 845 pages
Edité par Sergei Bocharov, Véronique François, Ayrat Sitdikov

 

Date de parution : 2017

 

Le second volume de la collection « La céramique glaçurée en Méditerranée et en mer Noire, Xe-XVIIIe siècle » contient de nombreux articles  consacrés aux céramiques glaçurées découvertes dans une vaste zone géographique, la Méditerranée, la mer Noire,  l’Europe orientale , l’Asie centrale, l’Extrême-Orient et les steppes eurasiennes, un matériel  du Moyen Âge et de l’époque moderne. L’objectif de cette publication consiste, d’une part, à attirer l’attention des médiévistes sur la céramique glaçurée  et, d’autre part, à présenter des contextes archéologiques inédits ainsi que des résultats d’analyses physico-chimiques des pâtes et des glaçures pour nourrir les échanges scientifiques.  Ce volume, qui comprend des contributions d’auteurs d’Azerbaïdjan, du Belarusse, de France, de Grèce, d’Italie, du  Liban, de Russie, de Roumanie, de Serbie, d’Espagne, de Turquie et des USA, s’adresse à des spécialistes et des étudiants en histoire, en archéologie, en céramologie, en ethnographie, et aux conservateurs de musée ainsi qu’à toute personne intéressée par la culture matérielle médiévale et moderne.

 

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SOMMAIRE

 

Introduction . . . 17


WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN REGION

 

C. La Serra (Vibo Valentia, Italy). Polychrome Glazed Ware from St. Francis in Cosenza during Late Middle Ages. First data from new discoveries (Calabria, Italy) . . . . . 21
J. Coll Conesa (Valencia, Spain). Changing Tastes: from Lustreware to Polychrome Tiles. Exported Pottery from Valencia in Mediterranean Area and around (14th to 18th cc.) . . . 31
V. Verrocchio (Pescara, Italy). Castelli (Italy) Maiolica in the Eastern Adriatic between 16th and 17th Centuries. Current Knowledge and Research Perspectives . . . 51

 

EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN REGION

 

E. F. Athanassopoulos (Lincoln, NE, USA). Medieval Glazed Pottery : Archaeological Evidence from Rural Greece . . . 71
A. Ç. Türker (Çanakkale, Turkey). A Byzantine Settlement on the Kalabaklı Valley in the Hellespont: Yağcılar. . . . 91
L. Doğer (İzmir, Turkey), M. E. Armağan (Uşak, Turkey). Byzantine Glazed Pottery Finds from Aigai (Aiolis) Excavations . . 107
A. G. Yangaki (Athens, Greece). Immured Vessels in the Church of Panagia Eleousa, Kitharida, Crete . . . . . 135
M. Öztaşkın (Pamukkale, Turkey). Byzantine and Turkish Glazed Pottery Finds from Aphrodisias . . . . 165
I. Shaddoud (Aix-en-Provence, France). Pots for Medical Uses in the Arab World (8th—15th centuries): a possible reconstruction of the uses thanks to the cross disciplinary comparison of sources . . . . . 189
V. Bikić (Belgrade, Serbia). Ottoman Glazed Pottery Standardisation: The Belgrade Fortress Evidence for Production Trends . . . 207
V. François (Aix-en-Provence, France). Circulation of Potters or Models? Damascus Pottery Production in the Style of Iznik Ware. . . . 217
G. Homsy-Gottwalles (Beirut, Lebanon). Post-Medieval Beirut. Case Study: the Pottery . . . . 245

 

BLACK SEA REGION

 

P. Georgiev (Shumen, Bulgaria). A Collection of White Clay Pottery from the Middle of the 10th Century in the Monastery at the Village of Ravna (North-Eastern Bulgaria). . . . 259
C. Paraschiv-Talmaţchi (Constanţa, Romania). Early Medieval Glazed Ceramics Discovered in the Fortifi cations from Hârşova and Oltina (south-east of Romania) . . . . 271
B. Borisov (Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria). Glazed Wares from the Medieval Settlement near Polski Gradets, Radnevo Region (Southern Bulgaria) .287
M. Manolova-Vojkova (Varna, Bulgaria). Import of Byzantine Sgraffi to Pottery in the Medieval Towns of Bulgarian Black Sea Coast . . . 317
K. Chakarov (Pavlikeni, Bulgaria), D. Rabovyanov (Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria). Stone-Paste Ceramics from Tarnovgrad — the Capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom . . 327
I. A. Kozyr (Kropivnyts’kyj, Ukraine), T. D. Borovyk (Kiev, Ukraine). Torhovytsia Archaeological Complex Glazed Ceramics of the Golden Horde Period . . . 335
M. V. Elnikov, I. R. Tihomolova (Zaporozhye, Ukraine). Relief Decoration Ceramics from the Bolshie Kuchugury Hillfort . . . 353
M. V. Elnikov (Zaporozhye, Ukraine). Architectural Qashan Ceramics from Konskie Vody Hillfort . . . 363
I. B. Teslenko (Kiev, Ukraine). Pottery Assemblage from the Excavation of a Household of the Golden Horde period on the Territory of the Medieval Settlement in Alushta (Crimea) . . 387
S. G. Bocharov (Kazan, Russian Federation). Possidima Settlement in South-Eastern Crimea and Its Pottery Complex (edge 13th — 14th centuries) . . . . . 409
M. V. Dmitrienko (Azov, Russian Federation). Glazed Bowls with Images of Feline Predators from the Digs on the Golden Horde City of Azak . . . 447
A. N. Maslovskiy (Azov, Russian Federation). East Crimean Imported Glazed Ceramics in Azak, a Golden Horde City. Questions of Chronology . . . . 455
N. I. Iudin (Azov, Russian Federation). Qashan Bowls from Excavations in the Centre of the Golden Horde City of Azak . . . . . . 491
E. A. Armarchuk (Moscow, Russian Federation), A. V. Dmitriev (Krasnodar, Russian Federation). Glazed Ware of the 13th — 14th Centuries from the North-Eastern Black Sea Region . . . . 499
E. I. Narozhny (Armavir, Russian Federation). About the Finds of Glazed Pottery of 13th —14th Centuries on the Territory of the Northern Caucasus . . . . . 513
S. A. Kravchenko (Azov, Russian Federation). Ceremonial Ceramics from the Digs in Azak . . . . 539
S. A. Belyaeva, E. E. Fialko (Kiev, Ukraine). Iznik Pottery of the End of 15th — 16th Centuries from the Excavation of the Lower Yard of the Akkerman Fortress . . . 561
I. R. Gusach (Azov, Russian Federation). Asia Minor Glazed Ceramics of the 15th—18th Century found on the Excavated Turkish Fortress of Azak . .. . . 581

 

EASTERN EUROPE

 

K. A. Lavysh (Minsk, Belarus). Oriental and Byzantine Glazed Pottery in Medieval Towns on the Territory of Belarus . . . 603
S. I. Valiulina (Kazan, Russian Federation). Middle Eastern Glazed Ceramics of the Turn of the 10th—11th Centuries and the 11th Century from Middle Volga Region Sites . . . 625
T. M. Dostiyev (Baku, Azerbaijan). Glazed Ceramics of Medieval Shamkir City . . . . . . 639
K. A. Rudenko (Kazan, Russian Federation). Medieval Ceramics from the National Museum of Tatarstan (preliminary communication) . . . . 675
L. F. Nedashkovsky, M. B. Shigapov (Kazan, Russian Federation). Glazed Pottery from the Golden Horde Settlements of the Ukek Region . . . .. 701
E. M. Pigarev (Kazan, Russian Federation). Glazed Pottery of the Krasny Yar Hillfort . . . . 713
V. L. Egorov (Moscow, Russian Federation), E. M. Pigarev (Kazan, Russian Federation). Production of Pseudo-Celadon in Saray, a Golden Horde Capital . . . . 717
V. Yu. Koval (Moscow, Russian Federation). Glazes of Black Sea Region Medieval Tableware Majolica: chemical composition according to spectral analysis . . . . . . . . .725
V. Yu. Koval (Moscow, Russian Federation). Imported Glazed Ceramics of the Moscow Kremlin (from 2007 year excavations) . . . . .739

 

CENTRAL ASIA AND FAR EAST

 

G. Guionova, M. Bouquet (Aix-en-Provence, France). Ishkornaya: the use of vegetal soda plant in ceramic coverings (Paykend, Bukhara oasis, 9th—19th centuries) . . . . . . . 767
E. F. Gyul (Tashkent, Uzbekistan). Glazed Ceramics of Uzbekistan: Stages of Development . . . . .779
O.-Sh. Kdirniazob (Nukus, Uzbekistan). Glazed Ceramics of Mizdakhkan . . 795
M.-Sh. Kdirniazob (Nukus, Uzbekistan). Qashan Ceramics of Khwarezm . . . 813
F. S. Tataurov (Omsk, Russian Federation). Chinese Porcelain from Russian Sites of the Middle Irtysh in 17th — First Half of the 18th Centuries. . . . .835
Abbreviations . . . .843

 

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