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Céramiques importées à Byzance : une quasi-absence

Abstract : While some Byzantine pottery productions of the 12th and 13th centuries were widely traded in western and eastern Mediterranean, few foreign ceramics were discovered in the Byzantine Empire during Comnenian and Palaeologan periods. An inventory of the discoveries excavated in Thracia, in Asia Minor - except in territories crossed under Seldjuk dominion - and in Greece, including regions controlled by Franks, show that the pottery coming from Islamic countries, dated to the 12th-13th centuries, are rare and mainly attested in Constantinople. While the Italian productions and the earthenware made in Valencia, dated to the 13th-14th centuries, more plentiful, appear essentially in Greece on sites occupied by Latins.
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Véronique François. Céramiques importées à Byzance : une quasi-absence. Byzantinoslavica : revue internationale des études byzantines, Praha : Euroslavica, 1997, 2 (LVII), pp.387-404. ⟨halshs-00426147⟩



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