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M. Manolova-Vojkova (Varna, Bulgaria)

Import of Byzantine Sgraffito Pottery in the Medieval Towns of Bulgarian Black Sea Coast

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Pages: 317-326

This article is in Russian
The paper makes an overview of the imported Byzantine sgraffito pottery distributed in the towns along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast from the end of the 11th — 12th century until the end of the 14th century. These are the following types: “Fine sgraffito ware”, “Painted fine sgraffito”, “Incised sgraffito” “Champlevé ware” and “Elaborate incised ware”. Forms of vessels, specific decoration and designs are described. Their chronology is based on analogies with similar finds from Byzantine territories.

Keywords: Bulgaria, 12th—14th c., Black Sea towns, glazed pottery, Byzantine import, sgraffito pottery

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Marija Manolova-Vojkova
(Varna, Bulgaria). Doctor. Varna Archaeological Museum. Maria Louiza Bd., 41, Varna, 9000, Bulgaria
E-mail: [email protected]

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