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La céramique de poêle en Lorraine au Moyen Age et au début de l'époque moderne

Abstract : Appearing during the late Middle Ages in Alsace or Baden-Wurtemberg, the stove's ceramic was little studied in Lorraine, although it harbored a rich collection. From the ceramologic study of the thousands of fragments exhumed from many Lorraine sites and examination of many registers of accounts, a regional typo-chronology of medieval and modern stove's ceramics was elaborated, describing a very morphologically and technologically varied furniture, whose evolution, (with the progressive passage of stove's pots via a kind of truncated goblet, to stove's tiles, with varied iconography), being explained by the will of the artisans to increase the furnaces solidity and heat efficiency. Far from being an epiphenomenon, the use of stoves was widely diffused in Lorraine by the end of the Middle Ages which started from nearby regions being relayed by local workshops.
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Guillaume Huot-Marchand. La céramique de poêle en Lorraine au Moyen Age et au début de l'époque moderne. Histoire. Université Nancy 2, 2004. Français. ⟨NNT : 2004NAN21002⟩. ⟨tel-01750877⟩



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