The Transmission of Technical Knowledge in the Production of Ancient Mediterranean Pottery

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ISBN / ISSN: 9783900305789
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2015 / Wien
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Sert kapak
Kondisyon: Yeni
Ürün Boyutları: 210 x 300 mm
Ürün Ağırlığı: 2500 gr

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Proceedings of the International Conference at the Austrian Archaeological Institute at Athens 23rd– 25th November 2012



368 s, renkli ve s/b resimler, sert kapak ciltli, İngilizce (sırtı hafif ezik).



Contents




  • Walter Gauß – Gudrun Klebinder-Gauß – Constance von Rüden / Introduction



Skill and Learning Networks




  • Ina Berg / Potting Skill and Learning Networks in Bronze Age Crete 

  • Constance von Rüden / Approaching Ancient Techniques. From Technology to Bodily Learning and Skill  



Making Pots in a Transcultural Perspective: The Impact of Moving Potters on the Transmission of Technical Knowledge




  • Ann E. Killebrew / In the Footsteps of the Philistine Potters. Tracking the Dissemination of Technical Knowledge in the Production of Twelfth Century B.C. Aegean-Style Pottery to the Coastal Southern Levant

  • Bartlomiej Lis – Štepán Rückl – Maria Choleva / Mobility in the Bronze Age Aegean: The Case of Aeginetan Potters

  • Gudrun Klebinder-Gauß – Sara Strack / An Aeginetan Potters’ Workshop in Athens?

  • Conor P. Trainor – Peter J. Stone / Winners, Losers, and Survivors of Roman Imperialism. A Case Study from the Northern Peloponnese

  • Elisabetta Borgna – Sara T. Levi / The Italo-Mycenaean Connection. Some Considerations on the Technological Transfer in the Field of Pottery Production 

  • Ines Balzer / Technological Innovations in Pottery. Examples from Celtic ›Princely‹ Sites (6th to 5th Century B.C.) in Continental Europe 



Technical Change in Social Context




  • Valentine Roux – Caroline Jeffra / The Spreading of the Potter’s Wheel in the Ancient Mediterranean. A Social Context-Dependent Phenomenon 

  • Marco Iamoni / Pottery Production during the Third and Second Millennium B.C. in Western Syria. The Development of Ceramic Technology as a Result of the Rise of Qatna as a Regional Capital 

  • Jeremy B. Rutter / Ceramic Technology in Rapid Transition. The Evidence from Settlement Deposits of the Shaft Grave Era at Tsoungiza (Corinthia)

  • Michael Lindblom – Walter Gauß – Evangelia Kiriatzi / Some Reflections on Ceramic Technology Transfer at Bronze Age Kastri on Kythera, Kolonna on Aegina, and Lerna in the Argolid

  • Anne-Marie Curé / Wheelmade Pottery and Socioeconomic Changes in Indigenous Mediterranean Gaul Societies during the Early Iron Age

  • Dirk Paul Mielke / Between Transfer and Interaction: Phoenician Pottery Technology on the Iberian Peninsula 



Technical Choices as Social Choices




  • Olivier Gosselain / Roads, Markets, Migrants. The Historical Trajectory of a Male Hausa Pottery Tradition in Southern Niger

  • Ariane Jacobs – Christina Makarona – Karin Nys – Philippe Claeys / Production and Ceramic Technology at the Late Bronze Age Site of Alassa-Pano Mandilaris (Cyprus-Kouris Valley). First Things First: Understanding the Nature of the Raw Material(s) and Other Source(s)

  • Alessandro Quercia / The Production and Distribution of Early Greek-Style Cooking Wares in Areas of Cultural Contact: The Case of Southern Italy and Sicily 



The Art of Firing: Kiln Technology and Firing Practise




  • Ian Whitbread – David Dawson / Kiln Construction and Use in Greece. Communicating Technical Knowledge

  • Susanne Prillwitz – Anno Hein / A Closer Look at Updraft Pottery Kiln Constructions Based on Middle Helladic to Iron Age Examples in the Aegean 

  • Addresses of Contributors 


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