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The Transmission of Technical Knowledge in the Production of Ancient Mediterranean Pottery. Proceedings of the International Conference at the Austrian Archaeological Institute at Athens, 23rd-25th November 2012

Walter Gauß, Gudrun Klebinder-Gauß & Constance von Rüden (επιμέλεια)

The Transmission of Technical Knowledge in the Production of Ancient Mediterranean Pottery. Proceedings of the International Conference at the Austrian Archaeological Institute at Athens, 23rd-25th November 2012

Πόλη: Βιέννη

Έτος: 2015

Εκδότης: Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut

Σειρά: ÖAI Sonderschriften Band 54

Περιγραφή: Σκληρό εξώφυλλο, 368 σ., πολυάριθμες έγχρωμες εικόνες μέσα στα άρθρα, 21,5×30,2 εκ.

Αγγλική περίληψη

The current volume unites theoretical, anthropological, and archaeological approaches to knowledge transmission. The case studies cover various periods and regions from the ancient Mediterranean and beyond, from the Bronze Age to the Roman period, from the Levant in the east to the western Mediterranean and the Celtic north, but also from today’s central Niger. The contributions discuss not only various aspects of pottery techniques, such as raw material preparation, shaping, and firing techniques, but also the phenomenon of moving potters and aspects of skill and knowledge acquisition.

The papers are presented in five sections. The first section, “Skill and Learning Networks” provides insights into the theoretical discussion on the issue of knowledge acquisition. Moving or dislocated potters play a crucial role in the transmission of technical knowledge. This issue is central to the contributions of the second section “Making Pots in a Transcultural Perspective: The Impact of Moving Potters on the Transmission of Technical Knowledge”. Some of the contributions in this part also address questions of learning and knowledge transmission. The third section “Technical Change in Social Context” comprises case studies where the transmission of knowledge and the adoption of new techniques can be set in context with socioeconomic conditions and other environmental developments. The case studies in the fourth section “Technical Choices as Social Choices” deal with the impact of social conditions on the potter’s decision to use – or not to use – a specific technique. The final section, “The Art of Firing: Kiln Technology and Firing Practise”, addresses aspects important for the transmission of this specific knowledge.

Περιεχόμενα

Introduction [7-15]
Walter Gauß, Gudrun Klebinder-Gauß & Constance von Rüden
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Skill and Learning Networks

Potting Skill and Learning Networks in Bronze Age Crete [17-34]
Ina Berg
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Approaching Ancient Techniques. From Technology to Bodily Learning and Skill [35-49]
Constance von Rüden
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Making Pots in a Transcultural Perspective: The Impa ct of Moving Potters on the Transmission of Technical Knowledge

In the Footsteps of the Philistine Potters. Tracking the Dissemination of Technical Knowledge in the Production of Twelfth Century B.C. Aegean-Style Pottery to the Coastal Southern Levant [51-61]
Ann E. Killebrew
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Mobility in the Bronze Age Aegean: The Case of Aeginetan Potters [63-75]
Bartłomiej Lis, Štěpan Rückl & Maria Choleva
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

An Aeginetan Potters’ Workshop in Athens? [77-95]
Gudrun Klebinder-Gauß & Sara Strack
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Winners, Losers, and Survivors of Roman Imperialism. A Case Study from the Northern Peloponnese [97-113]
Conor P. Trainor & Peter J. Stone
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

The Italo-Mycenaean Connection. Some Considerations on the Technological Transfer in the Field of Pottery Production [115-138]
Elisabetta Borgna & Sara T. Levi
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Technological Innovations in Pottery. Examples from Celtic >Princely< Sites (6th to 5th Century B.C.) in Continental Europe [139-163]
Ines Balzer
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Technical Change in Social Context

The Spreading of the Potter’s Wheel in the Ancient Mediterranean. A Social Context-Dependent Phenomenon [165-182]
Valentine Roux & Caroline Jeffra
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Pottery Production during the Third and Second Millennium B.C. in Western Syria. The Development of Ceramic Technology as a Result of the Rise of Qatna as a Regional Capital [183-206]
Marco Iamoni
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Ceramic Technology in Rapid Transition. The Evidence from Settlement Deposits of the Shaft Grave Era at Tsoungiza (Corinthia) [207-223]
Jeremy B. Rutter
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Some Reflections on Ceramic Technology Transfer at Bronze Age Kastri on Kythera, Kolonna on Aegina, and Lema in the Argolid [225-237]
Michael Lindblom, Walter Gauß & Evangelia Kiriatzi
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Wheelmade Pottery and Socioeconomic Changes in Indigenous Mediterranean Gaul Societies during the Early Iron Age [239-255]
AnneMarie Curé
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Between Transfer and Interaction: Phoenician Pottery Technology on the Iberian Peninsula [257-276]
Dirk Paul Mielke
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Technical Choices as Social Choices

Roads, Markets, Migrants. The Historical Trajectory of a Male Hausa Pottery Tradition in Southern Niger [277-296]
Olivier Gosselain
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Production and Ceramic Technology at the Late Bronze Age Site of Alassa-Pano Mandilaris (Cyprus-Kouris Valley). First Things First: Understanding the Nature of the Raw Material(s) and Other Source(s) [297-310]
Ariane Jacobs, Christina Makarona, Karin Nys & Philippe Claeys
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

The Production and Distribution of Early Greek-Style Cooking Wares in Areas of Cultural Contact: The Case of Southern Italy and Sicily [311-332]
Alessandro Quercia
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

The Art of Firing: Kiln Technology and Firing Practise

Kiln Construction and Use in Greece. Communicating Technical Knowledge [333-349]
Ian Whitbread & David Dawson

A Closer Look at Updraft Pottery Kiln Constructions Based on Middle Helladic to Iron Age Examples in the Aegean [351-365]
Susanne Prillwitz & Anno Hein
ΔΙΑΒΑΣΤΕ ΤΟ ΑΡΘΡΟ

Addresses of Contributors [367-368]


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