SCAMBIO DI MODELLI O DI OGGETTI. ANALISI ARCHEOMETRICHE SU CERAMICHE SERRA D'ALTO DA CONTESTI VBQ IN EMILIA OCCIDENTALE. Nella formazione e nello sviluppo delle culture del Neolitico pieno dell’area padana s’intrecciano radici locali, condivisioni di tratti comuni a vasti ambiti culturali ed elementi francamente esogeni, in particolare dal mondo Serra d’Alto, spesso rielaborati e fatti propri. Intento del contributo è verificare sulle produzioni in ceramica figulina rinvenute in contesti emiliani eventuali specifiche affinità di ordine tecnologico con le produzioni Serra d’Alto dell’Italia meridionale, già oggetto di sistematiche indagini archeometriche.

MODEL OF PRODUCTION OF FINISHED POTS EXCHANGE. ARCHAEOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF SERRA D'ALTO POTS FROM SMP SETTLEMENTS IN WESTERN EMILIA. This study aims to explore the issue of circulation in Northern Italy of finished pots of Mid-Late Neolithic ‘Serra d’Alto’ ware, rather than of production model of this ware. The 32 potsherds were analyzed by means of petrographic analysis and they can be divided into 13 different fabrics for their composition and grain-size distribution. Fine ware was produced using local Eocene and Oligocene clays, while almost all the coarse ware was tempered with spatic calcite clasts. The differences observed in thin section point to a common paste processing for fine and coarse wares which must have occurred in different places with different raw materials. The data suggests a polycentric production based on a common technological background. The hypothesis of circulation of finished ceramic pots was not validated while a widespread technological model probably occurred in different areas of Northern and Southern Italy.

Scambio di modelli o di oggetti. Analisi archeometriche su ceramiche Serra d'Alto da contesti VBQ in Emilia occidentale

ITALO MARIA MUNTONI
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GIACOMO ERAMO;
2019

Abstract

MODEL OF PRODUCTION OF FINISHED POTS EXCHANGE. ARCHAEOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF SERRA D'ALTO POTS FROM SMP SETTLEMENTS IN WESTERN EMILIA. This study aims to explore the issue of circulation in Northern Italy of finished pots of Mid-Late Neolithic ‘Serra d’Alto’ ware, rather than of production model of this ware. The 32 potsherds were analyzed by means of petrographic analysis and they can be divided into 13 different fabrics for their composition and grain-size distribution. Fine ware was produced using local Eocene and Oligocene clays, while almost all the coarse ware was tempered with spatic calcite clasts. The differences observed in thin section point to a common paste processing for fine and coarse wares which must have occurred in different places with different raw materials. The data suggests a polycentric production based on a common technological background. The hypothesis of circulation of finished ceramic pots was not validated while a widespread technological model probably occurred in different areas of Northern and Southern Italy.
SCAMBIO DI MODELLI O DI OGGETTI. ANALISI ARCHEOMETRICHE SU CERAMICHE SERRA D'ALTO DA CONTESTI VBQ IN EMILIA OCCIDENTALE. Nella formazione e nello sviluppo delle culture del Neolitico pieno dell’area padana s’intrecciano radici locali, condivisioni di tratti comuni a vasti ambiti culturali ed elementi francamente esogeni, in particolare dal mondo Serra d’Alto, spesso rielaborati e fatti propri. Intento del contributo è verificare sulle produzioni in ceramica figulina rinvenute in contesti emiliani eventuali specifiche affinità di ordine tecnologico con le produzioni Serra d’Alto dell’Italia meridionale, già oggetto di sistematiche indagini archeometriche.
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