Shards of medieval glazed pottery with negative decoration, usually called graffita, coming from three different archaeological sites in Apulia werw examined by OM, SEM, EDS, ICP-MS. The results obtained, based on similarities/differences of raw materials and technological features, allowed to enclose objects in two groups, reflecting the shared tendencies in taste in the medieval era across the Mediterranean area (11 th - 13 th centuries: Islamic style and Bizantine-style

Chemical-phisical and morpho-mineralogical methodologies as tools for a fresh viewpoint on medieval graffita pottery

GIANNOSSA, LORENA CARLA;MASTROROCCO, FABRIZIO;LAGANARA, Caterina;PALLARA, MAURO;LAVIANO, Rocco;MANGONE, Annarosa
2014

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Shards of medieval glazed pottery with negative decoration, usually called graffita, coming from three different archaeological sites in Apulia werw examined by OM, SEM, EDS, ICP-MS. The results obtained, based on similarities/differences of raw materials and technological features, allowed to enclose objects in two groups, reflecting the shared tendencies in taste in the medieval era across the Mediterranean area (11 th - 13 th centuries: Islamic style and Bizantine-style
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