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Title Pottery technologies and sociocultural connections between the Aegean and Anatolia during the 3rd millenium BC / Eva Alram-Stern, Barbara Horejs (eds.).
Imprint Vienna : Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, [2018]

Series OREA ; 10.
Oriental and European archaeology ; v. 10.
Subject Pottery, Ancient -- Aegean Sea Region -- Congresses.
Pottery, Aegean -- Congresses.
Archaeometry -- Congresses.
Bronze age -- Aegean Sea Region -- Congresses.
Alt Name Alram-Stern, Eva,
Horejs, Barbara,
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 30, 2019).
Summary Today archaeometric approaches to pottery are commonly utilised in Aegean Bronze Age archaeology. Pottery experts in the Aegean are now able to use various methods based on a well-established scientific framework and comparable data. This state-of-the-art interdisciplinary approach to Aegean ceramics produces a large amount of new and complex data, used by specialists and non-specialists for interpretations about socio-cultural phenomena. Therefore, the main aim of this conference volume is to bring together archaeometric experts and their scientific questions and data with traditional archaeological pottery analysis. This enables broader archaeological and cultural contextualisation within one particular geographical area and time horizon? the Early Bronze Age 1?2 periods (3000?2300 BC) on both sides of the Aegean.
ISBN 9783700184195 electronic book
3700184190 electronic book
3700181272
9783700181279
OCLC # 1079412322
Additional Format Print version: 3700181272 9783700181279 (OCoLC)1066126269.


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