Relentlessly plain: seventh millennium ceramics at Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria

2.5. The excavations at Operations IV and VChapter 3: Analytical procedures: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. The way of the sherds; 3.3. How much pottery?; 3.4. Measuring fragmentation; 3.5. Defining pottery wares; 3.6. Reconstructing vessel shape; 3.7. Estimating vessel volume; 3.8. D...

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Contributors: Nieuwenhuyse, Olivier P. (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Oxford OX Oxbow Books 2018
Reviews:[Rezension von: Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse (Hrsg.), Relentlessly plain. Seventh millennium ceramics at Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria] (2020) (Faivre, Xavier)
Further subjects:B Sabi Abyad, Tall (Syria) Antiquities
B Excavations (Archaeology) Syria Sabi Abyad, Tall
B Pottery Syria Sabi Abyad, Tall
B Electronic books
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Parallel Edition:Erscheint auch als: Nieuwenhuyse, Olivier P: Relentlessly Plain : Seventh Millennium Ceramics at Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. - Havertown : Oxbow Books, Limited,c2018. - 9781789250848
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Summary:2.5. The excavations at Operations IV and VChapter 3: Analytical procedures: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. The way of the sherds; 3.3. How much pottery?; 3.4. Measuring fragmentation; 3.5. Defining pottery wares; 3.6. Reconstructing vessel shape; 3.7. Estimating vessel volume; 3.8. Deconstructing decoration; Chapter 4: Analysing the prehistoric ceramic wares: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Standard Ware; 4.3. Early Mineral Ware; 4.4. Fine Mineral Tempered Ware; 4.5. Grey-Black Ware; 4.6. Mineral Coarse Ware; 4.7. Dark-Faced Burnished Ware; 4.8. Fine Painted Ware
4.9. Orange Fine Ware4.10. Standard Fine Ware; 4.11. Halaf Fine Ware; 4.12. Late Bronze Age pottery; Catalogue; Chapter 5: Raw materials for early ceramic production at Tell Sabi Abyad: Bonnie Nilhamn, Loe Jacobs and Bram van As; 5.1. Introduction; 5.2. The microscopic fabric analysis; 5.3. The thin-section analysis; 5.4. Discussion and conclusions; Chapter 6: Plastered ceramics at Tell Sabi Abyad: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse and Ewout Koek; 6.1. Introduction; 6.2. Plastered Late Neolithic ceramics; 6.3. The typology of plastered Standard Ware; 6.4. Analysing the raw materials
6.5. Discussion and conclusionsChapter 7: The decoration techniques of 'white-slipped-and-painted' Standard Ware: Luc Megens; 7.1. Introduction; 7.2. Sampling and analytical procedures; 7.3. Results; 7.4. Discussion and conclusions; Chapter 8: Early pottery repairs at Tell Sabi Abyad: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse and Renske Dooijes; 8.1. Introduction; 8.2. Plaster repairs; 8.3. Perforations and bitumen; 8.4. The introduction of pottery repairs; 8.5. Repairs in context; 8.6. Concluding remarks; Plate section
Chapter 9: Investigating the provenance of the early pottery from Tell Sabi Abyad: Marie Le Mière, Valérie Thirion-Merle and Maurice Picon (†)9.1. Introduction; 9.2. Analytical procedures and sampling; 9.3. Classifying the Tell Sabi Abyad ceramics by chemical composition; 9.4. Discussing the Tell Sabi Abyad results; 9.5. Comparing Tell Sabi Abyad and Seker al-Aheimar; 9.6. Concluding remarks; Chapter 10: Basketry-impressed pottery from Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad: Koen Berghuijs; 10.1. Introduction; 10.2. Of basketry and pottery; 10.3. The dataset; 10.4. Discussion
Cover; Book Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Contributors; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: The emergence of pottery in Upper Mesopotamia: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. The adoption of pottery; 1.3. The development of a mass product; 1.4. Pottery for storage; 1.5. Pots for cooking; 1.6. The role of style; 1.7. About this book; Chapter 2: The excavations at Tell Sabi Abyad: Olivier Nieuwenhuyse; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. The stratigraphy of Operation III; 2.3. The Operation III prehistoric building sequence; 2.4. The contextual composition of Operation III
Item Description:10.5. Concluding remarks
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