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A Universal Theory Of Pottery Production

Author : Richard A. Krause
ISBN : 9780817318987
Genre : History
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An interactional theory of artifact description -- A theory of ceramic production : the focal form -- A theory of production steps and stages -- The classification of artifact complexes -- Background for the study of the ceramic sample from Paso del Indio -- The Paso del Indio sample size, morphology, and manufacture -- Modes of appendation -- Decoration, drying, and firing -- Summary and discussion

Language And Classification

Author : Allison Burkette
ISBN : 9781351999021
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume adopts a practice-based approach to examine the different ways in which classification is communicated and negotiated in different environments within archaeology. The book looks specifically at the archaeological classification of ceramics as a lens through which to examine the discursive and social practices inherent in the classification and categorization process, with perspectives from such areas as corpus linguistics, discourse analysis, linguistic anthropology, and archaeology forming the foundation of the book’s theoretical framework. The volume then looks at the process of classification in practice in a variety of settings, including a university course on ceramics classification, an archaeological field school, an intensive petrography course, and archaeometry laboratory at a nuclear research reactor, and highlights participant observation and audiovisual data taken from fieldwork practice completed in these environments. This volume offers a valuable contribution to the growing literature on language and material culture, making this a key resource for students and scholars in sociolinguistic, anthropological linguistics, archaeology, discourse analysis, and anthropology.

Materiality Techniques And Society In Pottery Production

Author : Daniel Albero Santacreu
ISBN : 9783110410204
Genre : Social Science
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Daniel Albero Santacreu presents a wide overview of certain aspects of the pottery analysis and summarizes most of the methodological and theoretical information currently applied in archaeology in order to develop wide and deep analysis of ceramic pastes. The book provides an adequate framework for understanding the way pottery production is organised and clarifies the meaning and role of the pottery in archaeological and traditional societies. The goal of this book is to encourage reflection, especially by those researchers who face the analysis of ceramics for the first time, by providing a background for the generation of their own research and to formulate their own questions depending on their concerns and interests. The three-part structure of the book allows readers to move easily from the analysis of the reality and ceramic material culture to the world of the ideas and theories and to develop a dialogue between data and their interpretation. Daniel Albero Santacreu is a Lecturer Assistant in the University of the Balearic Islands, member of the Research Group Arqueo UIB and the Ceramic Petrology Group. He has carried out the analysis of ceramics from several prehistoric societies placed in the Western Mediterranean, as well as the study of handmade pottery from contemporary ethnic groups in Northeast Ghana.

Archaeological Theory And Scientific Practice

Author : Andrew Jones
ISBN : 1139432044
Genre : Social Science
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Is archaeology an art or a science? This question has been hotly debated over the last few decades with the rise of archaeological science. At the same time, archaeologists have seen a change in the intellectual character of their discipline, as many writers have adopted approaches influenced by social theory. The discipline now encompasses both archaeological scientists and archaeological theorists, and discussion regarding the status of archaeology remains polarised. In this 2001 book, Andrew Jones argues that we need to analyse the practice of archaeology. Through an analysis of archaeological practice, influenced by recent developments in the field of science studies, and with the aid of extensive case studies, he develops a new framework which allows the interpretative and methodological components of the discipline to work in tandem. His reassessment of the status and character of archaeology will be of interest to students, scholars and professionals.

Ceramic Theory And Cultural Process

Author : Dean E. Arnold
ISBN : 0521272599
Genre : Social Science
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A theory of ceramics that elucidates the complex relationship between culture, pottery and society.

Cognition And Design Production In Ban Chiang Painted Pottery

Author : Penny Van Esterik
ISBN : UCSD:31822001264878
Genre : Ban Chiang (Thailand)
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Not So Much A Pot More A Way Of Life

Author : Christopher G. Cumberpatch
ISBN : STANFORD:36105110173221
Genre : Social Science
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There is more to artefact analysis than the study of chronology and provenance. This is the theme of these essays which are based on discussions at the Theoretical Archaeology Group conferences at Durham and Bradford in 1993 and 1994. The authors are concerned that some of the theoretical and practical orientations of artefact analysis are restrictive and of questionable validity. Contents include: Individual and community choice in present-day pottery production and exchange in the Andes (Bill Sillar); The social context of eating and drinking in early Roman Britain (Karen I Meadows); Historical, geographical and anthropological imaginations: early ceramics in southern Italy (M Z Pluciennik); From ceramic finishes to modes of production: Iron Age finewares from central France (Kevin Andrews); Why do excavation reports have finds catalogues? (Penelope M Allison); Family, household and production: the potters of the Saintonge, France, 1500 to 1800 (Elizabeth Musgrave); The social significance of imported medieval pottery (Duncan H Brown); Habitus, social identity and Anglo-Saxon pottery (P W Blinkhorn); Towards a phenomenological approach to the study of medieval pottery (C G Cumberpatch); Size is important: Iron Age vessel capacities in central and southern England (Ann Woodward & Paul Blinkhorn).

Ecology And Ceramic Production In An Andean Community

Author : Dean E. Arnold
ISBN : 0521543452
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This ethnoarchaeological study looks at pottery production in a contemporary Peruvian Andean community.

Pottery Origins

Author : Ivan Pavlů
ISBN : IND:30000061537621
Genre : Pottery
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Neolithic Pottery From Wales

Author : Rick Peterson
ISBN : UOM:39015052984260
Genre : Social Science
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Taking ideas on the concept of contingency from both philosophy and evolutionary theory, Peterson applies these to the history of the production and use of Neolithic pottery in Wales. Beyond an opening theoretical section lies a detailed analysis of Neolithic pottery evidence from Anglesey and north-west Wales, the Upper Severn Valley, the Usk Valley, Glamorgan and west Wales. With much of the data and dating sequences confined to appendices, Peterson's discussion addresses issues of pottery tradition, standardisation, raw material selection, identity and symbolism through form, style and decoration, and what these tell us about those who made and used Neolithic pottery.

Social Change And The Evolution Of Ceramic Production And Distribution In A Maya Community

Author : Dean E. Arnold
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131637063
Genre : History
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Dean E. Arnold made ten visits to Ticul, Yucatan, Mexico, witnessing the changes in transportation infrastructure, the use of piped water, and the development of tourist resorts. Even in this context of social change and changes in the demand for pottery, most of the potters in 1997 came from the families that had made pottery in 1965. This book traces changes and continuities in that population of potters, in the demand and distribution of pottery, and in the procurement of clay and temper, paste composition, forming, and firing.

Pottery Production Settlement Patterns And Development Of Social Complexity In The Yuanqu Basin North Central China

Author : Xiangming Dai
ISBN : UOM:39015064130290
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Bunun is a language spoken by one the Austronesian minority groups on the island of Taiwan. it is most marked characteristitics are its complex verbal morphology and its unusual argument alignment system. Takivatan Bunun is the third-largestof its five extant dialects and is spokenby number of small settlements in two countries.

Indian Archaeology In Retrospect Archaeology And Historiography History Theory And Method

Author : S. Settar
ISBN : 8173043221
Genre : Archaeology
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The Indian Archaeology In Retrospect Attempts To Take Stock Of The Progress Made In The Field Of South Asian Archaeology, Especially During The Latter Half Of The Twentieth Century. Fifty- Nine Papers, Spread Over Four Volumes, Are Contributed By A Team Of Scholars, Well-Known In The Areas Of Their Specialization.

Chambers S Encyclopaedia

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Chamber S Encyclopaedia

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Pottery In The Roman World

Author : D. P. S. Peacock
ISBN : UOM:39015005129468
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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South Asian Archaeology 1995

Author : Association of South Asian Archaeologists in Western Europe. International Conference
ISBN : 1886106827
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Women And Ceramics

Author : Moira Vincentelli
ISBN : 0719038405
Genre : Art
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Since the earliest times women have made pottery and clay sculptures, and they have cooked, carried water, stored and served food in pottery. They have used ceramics in domestic rituals and decorative display. In her wide-ranging discussion of this subject, Moira Vincentelli examines some of the great female ceramic traditions such as Pueblo pottery and considers the notable success women have had over the last century from Susie Cooper and Eva Zeisel in design to individual ceramic artists such as Lucie Rie and Magdalene Odundo. She also shows how women have left their mark in the field of ceramics as writers, teachers, business women, gallery owners and collectors.

Papers In International Studies

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Essential Tensions In Archaeological Method And Theory

Author : Todd L. VanPool
ISBN : UOM:39015060039487
Genre : Social Science
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Archaeological theory, some say, seems to have fragmented into a thousand fundamentalisms. By working on a broader set of empirical issues than ever before, archaeologists are indeed applying and refining a variety of perspectives. Yet the editors of this volume make a case that it is appropriate for archaeologists to use a logical variety of theoretical structures to answer different kinds of questions, combining approaches as necessary. In that spirit of plurality, contributors to this volume identify an important theoretical or methodological problem and present an argument regarding its solution. They also provide a critical evaluation of the current state of archaeological method and theory, illustrating that such recurrent issues as the role of agency and the importance of social considerations in the formation of archaeological research dominate current theoretical development. By presenting both the range of important questions and a variety of answers, this volume contributes to the 'essential tension' that will further the growth of archaeological theory.

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