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The early Phrygian pottery

by G. Kenneth Sams

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Published by University Museum, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pottery, Ancient -- Turkey -- Gordion (Extinct city) -- Catalogs.,
  • Iron age -- Turkey -- Phrygia -- Catalogs.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Turkey -- Gordion (Extinct city),
  • Phrygia -- Antiquities -- Catalogs.,
  • Gordion (Extinct city)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG. Kenneth Sams.
    SeriesUniversity Museum monograph -- 79. -- The Gordion excavations, 1950-1973--final reports -- v. 4, University Museum monograph -- 79., University Museum monograph -- v. 4.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22418912M
    ISBN 100924171189, 0934718393
    LC Control Number81013373

    An expanded version was published by Penn in as his two-volume magnum opus, The Early Phrygian Pottery. A fundamental resource, the book also includes an excellent assessment of the stratigraphic and architectural contexts of the pottery, demonstrating Ken’s fine command of the principles of archaeological excavation. The Egyptian pottery. People start creating pottery vessels very early in time In order to have something were to keep wheat products and grains in them so it wouldn’t get wet and go moldy. Pottery was used for utilitarian tasks such as cooking, storage, and shipping. In Egypt artisan produced interesting shapes ceramic figures, vessels.

    Beaker pottery is also used in the later Neolithic early Bronze Age, being largely contemporary with Grooved Ware but perhaps coming in a little later. Beaker was a new style of pottery introduced from Europe and was used for cooking and storage and as part of funerary rites. Like Grooved Ware, Beaker pottery is often grog-tempered but can be. It's not known exactly when the potter's wheel arrived on the scene, but this was an important development in pottery making. At the beginning of the Bronze Age, around B.C., potters were using the slow was simply a moveable platform that allowed them to turn the pot as they worked, instead of having to get up and walk around it.

    Other early pottery vessels include those excavated from the Yuchanyan Cave in southern China, dated f BC,[41] and those found in the Amur River basin in the Russian Far East, dated f BC.[9][42] Other early pottery vessels include those made by the Incipient Jōmon people of Japan from aro BC have also been found. The Archaeology of Anatolia: Recent Discoveries () ix Figure Çamlıbel Tarlası II, hocker burial of a 4–5 year old child. Figure Çamlıbel Tarlası III, partial plan. Two laterally abutting long-houses; note the flat threshold stone settings which mark .


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Incised Drawings from Early Phrygian Gordion Book Description: Inthe University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology began excavations at the ancient Phrygian capital of Gordion in central Turkey. Turkish pottery. Victoria and Albert Museum. by Text by BUTLER and TANNER.

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