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A fritware fragment with a celadon bluish-green was found in western France in a late tenth–early eleventh century context during excavations of the castle at Andone. This object is obviously an imitation of the celadon wares imported into the Near East at this time from China. The fritware...
This paper examines the production and consumption of a table ware bowl, known as an ataifor, between the sixth/twelfth and eighth/fourteenth centuries in Seville. During this period, al-Andalus underwent great political change with the Berber invasions followed less than 200 years later, in...
Historical studies show that military confrontations between Muslims and Christians in the Western Mediterranean during the medieval period were frequently the result of a conflict of interests between communicating and thus permeable worlds. Military confrontations and trade issues are often...
Mértola was a medieval port situated at the most northerly navigable point of the River Guadiana (Portugal). The port is located at an intersection between regional commercial networks and long distance Mediterranean maritime trade routes. In the Islamic period, especially in the sixth/twelfth...
This paper presents the findings a recent program of archaeological study, carried out in Lisbon, of two excavated ceramic kilns dating to the Islamic period. The aims of this program, entitled “Pottery Production in Lisbon in the Islamic Period” or POILIX project, were to further understanding...
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