Jarres et grands contenants entre Moyen Âge et Époque Moderne

Abstract : The topic which has been chosen is jars, large containers, large garden and industrial vases, made between the Middle Ages and the Modern Era over the whole Mediterranean area, the Middle East, the Caucasus and Central Asia.. All containers used for storage, preservation, preparation and packing, either in a fixed place or used for transport (with the exception of amphorae) will be accepted. The papers can be about typology, production techniques and or about the functional purpose of the objects through written sources, archaeology and ethnology. In other words containers for liquid (oil, wine, vinegar, water…), foodstuff (cereals, grain, dried fruit, salted food, brine, candied fruits, meat, fat and honey, dried products, made by craftsmen or industrially produced, (jars for distilling oxide, tartar and other products used by apothecaries specific domestic use, for hygiene and prophylactic uses, laundry tubs, baths, foot and hip baths, jars used for washing, decorative use or/and for the garden, for re-use (architectural re-use).
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Henri Amouric, Véronique François, Lucy Vallauri. Jarres et grands contenants entre Moyen Âge et Époque Moderne. AIECM3. Actes du 1er congrès international thématique de l’AIECM3, Montpellier-Lattes, 19-21 novembre 2014, Nov 2014, Montpellier-Lattes, France. Lucie Editions, 337 p., 2016, 978-2-35371-979-2. ⟨halshs-01378549⟩



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