The role of archaeometry in the study of production and dispersal of hellenistic pottery in Dalmatia, with new evidence on the chemistry of grey-ware tableware

Marina Ugarković, Branimir Šegvić

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Abstract

The present contribution aims to summarise the current state of research on Hellenistic pottery production in Dalmatia, with special attention to archaeometric research. Furthermore, new compositional results on the Hellenistic grey ware recovered from four eastern Adriatic sites (Krk, Sv. Klement/Hvar, Trogir and Kopila on Korčula) are delivered. This newly acquired information is compared with previously published archaeometric data addressing identification of production(s) and dispersal of Hellenistic pottery in Dalmatia. Such analysis allowed further discussion on issues such as the development of the craft, trade and connectivity in the eastern Adriatic region.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPottery Production, Landscape and Economy of Roman Dalmatia
Subtitle of host publicationInterdisciplinary approaches
PublisherArchaeopress
Pages89-106
Number of pages18
ISBN (Electronic)9781789690736
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 30 2018

Keywords

  • Adriatic connectivity
  • Archaeometry
  • Dalmatia
  • Grey ware tableware
  • Hellenistic pottery

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