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C. Paraschiv-Talmaţchi (Constanţa, Romania)

Early Medieval Glazed Ceramics Discovered in the Fortifications from Hârşova and Oltina (South-Eastern Romania)

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Pages: 271-285

This paper completes the information regarding the glazed pottery from 10th—11th century from the western region of the Black Sea, from Dobrudja. Majority of the new discoveries belongs to the group with monochrome glaze (green-olive), rarely polychrome (green-olive with yellow; greenish-yellow on a chestnut background). The material, mostly fragmentary, comes from jugs, pots and cups of different sizes. Among other finds, a glazed clay egg was discovered at Hârşova. Glazed pottery from the two analyzed settlements represents local productions and imports, several fragments were studied by using archaeometric analysis, some data regarding the glaze are presented at the end of the article.

Keywords: Romania, Dobrudja, Byzantine period, glazed ceramics, archaeometric investigations

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Cristina Paraschiv-Talmaţchi
(Constanţa, Romania). Doctor. Museum of National History and Archaeology Constanţa. Piaţa Ovidiu, 12, Constanţa, 900178, Romania
E-mail: [email protected]

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