A collection of 30 ceramic samples, 16 of coarse wares and 14 of fine painted wares, have been investigated by optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and neutron activation analysis. Further samples of clayey sediments, both locally outcropping and found within the settling tank, have been submitted to the same analytical techniques for comparison with the ceramic collection. The results demonstrated that local clayey sediments were used as received for the production of coarse wares. The same raw materials were sieved and/or refined by decantation for the production of fine painted wares, which, in fact, provided results that were perfectly comparable with those for the clayey raw materials found within the settling tank. The Faragola productions were distinguished from the neighbouring Apulian productions according to petrographic features (the presence of leucite-bearing volcanic rocks and Mn-rich wads) and their bulk chemical composition. © 2013 University of Oxford.

Gliozzo, E., Scrima, G., Turchiano, M., Turbanti, I. (2014). The Faragola Ceramic Collection: Ceramic Production, Consumption and Exchange in Seventh-Century Apulia. ARCHAEOMETRY, 56(6), 961-986 [10.1111/arcm.12051].

The Faragola Ceramic Collection: Ceramic Production, Consumption and Exchange in Seventh-Century Apulia

GLIOZZO, E.;TURBANTI, I.
2014-01-01

Abstract

A collection of 30 ceramic samples, 16 of coarse wares and 14 of fine painted wares, have been investigated by optical microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and neutron activation analysis. Further samples of clayey sediments, both locally outcropping and found within the settling tank, have been submitted to the same analytical techniques for comparison with the ceramic collection. The results demonstrated that local clayey sediments were used as received for the production of coarse wares. The same raw materials were sieved and/or refined by decantation for the production of fine painted wares, which, in fact, provided results that were perfectly comparable with those for the clayey raw materials found within the settling tank. The Faragola productions were distinguished from the neighbouring Apulian productions according to petrographic features (the presence of leucite-bearing volcanic rocks and Mn-rich wads) and their bulk chemical composition. © 2013 University of Oxford.
Gliozzo, E., Scrima, G., Turchiano, M., Turbanti, I. (2014). The Faragola Ceramic Collection: Ceramic Production, Consumption and Exchange in Seventh-Century Apulia. ARCHAEOMETRY, 56(6), 961-986 [10.1111/arcm.12051].
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