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La céramique culinaire du sud-est anatolien, 2e - 7e s. de n .è. : typologie, chronologie, production

Abstract : This PhD. thesis is about Roman and Byzantine cooking ware in South-East Anatolia. It is mainly based on the material found in Zeugma by the French archeological teams between 1996 and 2000. Zeugma cooking ware belongs to the production called brittle ware, widely distributed in North Syria. Brittle ware was produced by several workshops located along the Euphrates and in West Syria. The shapes are complementary (pots, casseroles, pans), and made of iron-rich clay. The diffusion of the production zone has been specified : between the 2nd and the 7th century, the brittle ware controlled the market of cooking ceramics completly in the borderline of antic country of Syria. The production is dispersed over several hundred of kilometers, only in inner lands and always associated to a Roman or Byzantine occupation.
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Anne-Sophie Martz. La céramique culinaire du sud-est anatolien, 2e - 7e s. de n .è. : typologie, chronologie, production. Archéologie et Préhistoire. Université Nancy 2, 2007. Français. ⟨NNT : 2007NAN21018⟩. ⟨tel-01752804⟩

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