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A manual of Egyptian pottery

  title={A manual of Egyptian pottery},
  author={Anna Wodzińska},
This is the second volume in a four-book set covering all Egyptian pottery, ranging from the earliest (Fayum A) ceramics to modern pottery made in Egypt today, organized by historical periods. The manuals are quick identification guides as well as starting points for more extensive research. For each period, ceramic types are illustrated with a line drawing, accompanied by a description that includes information on the pot's material, manufacturing techniques, surface treatment, and shape… 
The Introduction of the Potter’s Wheel to Ancient Sudan
  • Sarah K. Doherty
  • History
    Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica Natural Sciences in Archaeology
  • 2021
Doherty (2015) has previously investigated the origins of the potter’s wheel in Egypt in depth. However, how the potter’s wheel came to be used in Sudan has not yet been properly analysed. This paper
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Four Unique Pottery Vessels from N 2000 and N 2500
  • Natasha D. Ayers
  • History
    The Phoebe A. Hearst Expedition to Naga ed-Deir, Cemeteries N 2000 and N 2500
  • 2020
Among the largely homogeneous pottery corpus of typical First Intermediate Period and early Middle Kingdom funerary types from cemeteries N 2000 and N 2500 are four vessels that necessitate further
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Creative Cultural Tourism in Egypt: Case Study of Papyrus and Pottery
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Ceramic Production And Distribution: An Integrated Approach
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This paper attempts to introduce a research tool essential for the study of production and trade and the way they were organized in ancient Egypt by examining marl clay pottery fabrics from the New
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Abstract A geochemical survey of modern traditional Egyptian pottery using a multi-element, multi-method approach provides a basis for interpreting sedimentary composition and manufacture location of