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A. N. Maslovskiy (Azov, Russian Federation)

East Crimean Imported Glazed Ceramics in Azak, a Golden Horde City. Questions of Chronology

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Pages: 455-489

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The author discusses glazed ceramics manufactured in cities of the South-East Crimea (Caffa, Sudak, Solkhat) in late 13th — 14th centuries. During those centuries, it got spread over the territory of Eastern Europe and therefore can be a good dating factor, much more accurate than many other types of finds and comparable only to coins. Presently, many vessels can be dated precisely within fifty years to one decade. This is possible because of a big number of closed assemblages studied during the digs on Azak and dated by copper coins. For this purpose, the glazed ceramics is classified by series, which group vessels similar by forms and use (for instance, bowls and dishes) with a steady identical design of decorative compositions.

Keywords: Golden Horde, South-Eastern Crimea, Azak, Caffa, Solkhat, Sudak, bowl, dish, jug, sgraffito, engobe painting, polychrome coloring

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Andrey Maslovskiy
(Azov, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Azov History, Archaeology and Palaeontology Museum-Reserve. Moskovskaya St., 38/40, Azov, 346780, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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