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G. Homsy-Gottwalles (Beirut, Lebanon)

Post-Medieval Beirut. Case Study: the Pottery

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Pages: 245-256

This article is in French
Whereas historical, political and cultural studies reach the postmedieval period in Lebanon, interests for archaeological artifacts remain neglected. The archaeological excavations undertaken in 1996 and 1997 in Beirut, sites Bey 070, Bey 071 and Bey 111, led to the discovery of tableware ceramics (in the surface layers) dated to the 16th —19th centuries. In this paper, we examine tableware ceramics of various origins: Didymoteicho and Çanakkale (Thrace), Kütahya and Iznik (Analolia), Pisa and Montelupo (Tuscany), Albisola in Liguria, Varages in Provence, European porcelain, as well as local and/or regional ceramics.

Keywords: Lebanon, Beirut, Post-medieval period, Ottoman period, pottery, ceramic, grafi tta tarda, majolica, Didymoteicho, Çanakkale

Information about author:

Grace Homsy-Gottwalles
(Beirut, Lebanon). Doctor. Lebanese University, Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences. Lebanese University, Fanar Campus B.P., Beirut, 0901065, Lebanon
E-mail: [email protected]

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