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Ceramic Studies Seminars
Post-graduate lectures recorded on CD, that invite the listener's
response, by Gordon Elliott MA, PhD, formerly Keeper of Ceramics,
Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and MA Course Leader in Ceramic History,
Staffordshire University. Visit www.ceramicseminars.com
for more information.
Egypt produced small-scale masterpieces of faience from about 3500
B.C. until the first century A.D.
Links to the archaeological study of pottery vessels and production
techniques of the past from Ceramics Today Guide K. Kris Hirst.
Archaeology related news, books and web resources.
Current employment listings in archaeology and related disciplines,
resume and curriculum vitae postings, archaeology field schools,
volunteer opportunities and other resources for the internet archaeology
Guidance and common principles for the recording of object names
within the archaeological profession and related disciplines.
in Novia Scotia
from tin-glazed earthenware to Chinese porcelain.
Beauce Pottery (Canada),
the most important industrial pottery of the second half of the
20th Century. Bilingual (French-English) site on research by Daniel
Petrology is the study of rocks and minerals and is based on the
identification of minerals and their associations. Ceramic petrology
is a specialised sub-discipline which uses the same techniques and
knowledge to study burnt and fired clay and archaeological artefacts
made from this material.
Ceramic history tutorials for potters. The story of 10,000 years
of clay art... presented by Victor Bryant.
An online exhibit of ceramics of the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907).
From the Collection of Alan and Simone Hartman at the McClung Museum.
Locaterd in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Crow Canyon Archaeological
The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's mission is to initiate and
conduct archaeological research and public education programs in
partnership with Native Americans and institutions with common interests.
Crockery, & China in America, 1607-present
An online journal on ceramics made or used in America from 1607
to the present.
Daily updated cultural resource news, jobs, announcements, consultants
and resources. Postings for archaeology, historic preservation,
museum, ethnography, and architectural history. We feature a free
weekly newsletter and a free webfeed.
Around This Pot
Well before Europeans reached this continent, Native peoples in
many parts of Canada had mastered the art of producing durable,
functional, and beautiful ceramic containers.
An amazing database of Greek vases in the collection of universities
around the world.
Collection of Southwestern Native American Pottery
From the University of Massachusetts Art History Homepage.
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