Famagouste : indices d'une production de vaisselle à l'époque vénitienne

Abstract : Archaeology, traveler’s testimonies and ethnographic investigations reveal a pottery production tradition in the Famagusta area during the Lusignan period, and again in the 19th-20th centuries. The fragments of ceramics, tripods and wasters as well as copper nodules and furnace elements that we found on the ground of the north-west of the old city of Famagusta – around the churches of St. Mary of Carmel and Armenians, in front of the bastion San-Luca, and on the ramp of the Martinengo Bastion – testify to the existence, in that place, of a medieval pottery workshop that we have dated to the 16th century.
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Lucy Vallauri, Véronique François. Famagouste : indices d'une production de vaisselle à l'époque vénitienne. Cahiers du Centre d'Etudes Chypriotes, Association Centre d’Etudes Chypriotes, 2010, pp.259-310. ⟨halshs-00752191⟩

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