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Marseille et le Levant ottoman : flux (?) et poussières d’échanges entre XVIIe-et XXe s.

Abstract : Since the 16th century, Marseille has played a leading role in trade between the East and West of the Mediterranean, "Ottoman lake" until the 19th century. In these exchanges the share of ceramics has always been marginal, but it is a significant material index. The discovery in the "Levant" of jars from Biot, pots from Vallauris, from Huveaune, or tiles from Marseille illustrates the power and diffusion of the great Provencal centres. Other artifacts testify in return to more intangible material and "cultural" exchanges based on new tastes, fashions and aesthetics. These transfers are perceptible in both worlds: coloured European ceramics from Provence, Spain or Italy complete the Ottoman creations, Turkish, rich, modest or fantasy vessels arrive in Provence from the Dardanelles or the islands of Greek culture.
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Henri Amouric, Lucy Vallauri. Marseille et le Levant ottoman : flux (?) et poussières d’échanges entre XVIIe-et XXe s.. XIe congrès AIECM3 sur la céramique médiévale et moderne en Méditerranée, Yayına Hazırlayan, Filiz Yenişehirlioğlu, Oct 2015, Antalya, Turquie. pp.47-59. ⟨halshs-01860440⟩



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