East Cretan White-on-dark Ware
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Published by University Museum, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Crete (Greece),
  • Greece,
  • Crete,
  • Crete.

Subjects:

  • Pottery, Minoan -- Dating.,
  • Pottery, Minoan -- Expertising.,
  • Pottery -- Greece -- Crete -- Dating.,
  • Pottery -- Expertising -- Greece -- Crete.,
  • Slipware -- Greece -- Crete.,
  • Crete (Greece) -- Antiquities.,
  • Greece -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

StatementPhilip P. Betancourt, with contributions from Thomas Bakas ... [et al.].
SeriesUniversity Museum monograph ;, 51
ContributionsBetancourt, Philip P., 1936-, Bakas, Thomas.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDF221.C8 E27 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 176 p., 22 p. of plates :
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2840390M
ISBN 100934718571
LC Control Number84002237

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Get this from a library! East Cretan white-on-dark ware: studies on a handmade pottery of the early to middle Minoan periods. [Philip P Betancourt;]. East Cretan White-on-Dark Ware. Studies on a Handmade Pottery of the Early to Middle Minoan Periods by Philip B. Betancourt (pp. ) Review by: G. Walberg. Philip P. Betancourt, East Cretan White-on-dark Ware. Studies on a Handmade Pottery of the Early to Middle Minoan PeriodsAuthor: Robert Laffineur.   The ceramics elucidate the style and chronology of East Cretan White-on-Dark Ware, which dates to the end of the Early Bronze Age. INSTAP • .

The sherds used date to the Early Minoan III and the Middle Minoan II time periods. Some of these sherds exemplify the East Cretan pottery type labelled White-on-Dark Ware. The decorative characteristics of this pottery style involve a complete surface covering with a dark slip and a patterned layer of white paint added over the dark by: Journals & Books; Help; Journal of Archaeological Science. Supports open access. Articles in press Latest issue Article collections All issues Submit your article. Search in this journal. Vol Issue 4 Pages (July ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. This handsome volume describes and illustrates the excavation of an artificial rock shelter in Crete, Greece. Minoan pottery and small finds such as stone tools, loomweights, and ecofactual remains were recovered. The ceramics elucidate the style and chronology of East Cretan White-on-Dark Ware, which dates to the end of the Early Bronze Age. (this is volume two of a strange coincidental random three-book tour of the waterlands of the SE United States, starting with the beaches of South Carolina [in the execrably maudlin goo-fest that is David Baldacci's "One Summer"], then traveling further south to the islands (and the vast Okefenokee Swamp) girding Savannah, Georgia [in this book, "East is East"], and finally landing in South /5.

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