COMPOSITIONAL PROPERTIES AND PROVENANCE OF HELLENISTIC POTTERY FROM THE NECROPOLIS OF ISSA WITH EVIDENCES ON THE CROSS-ADRIATIC AND THE MEDITERRANEAN-SCALE TRADE

@inproceedings{egvi2016COMPOSITIONALPA,
  title={COMPOSITIONAL PROPERTIES AND PROVENANCE OF HELLENISTIC POTTERY FROM THE NECROPOLIS OF ISSA WITH EVIDENCES ON THE CROSS-ADRIATIC AND THE MEDITERRANEAN-SCALE TRADE},
  author={Branimir {\vS}egvi{\'c} and Marina Ugarkovi{\'c} and Annette S{\"u}ssenberger and Andrea Moscariello and Rafael Ferreiro M{\"a}hlmann},
  year={2016}
}
Excavations of Hellenistic necropolises in ancient Issa located on the island of Vis in coastal Croatia revealed significant amounts of pottery, mostly tableware, dated from the second half of the 4 th to the 1 st c. BCE. Recovered pottery contained different stylistic forms thought to have been produced locally or imported. The goal of this study was to report on technological and compositional aspects of pottery economics embedded in the frame of social development of Issaean society. For… 
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