Ant 145- Notes

Ant 145- Notes - Ant 145 February 19, 2007 Ceramics -...

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Ant 145 – February 19, 2007 Ceramics - Ubiquitous and breakable - Analytically useful o Known manufacture histories o Definable shapes and functions o Economic sealing o Social choice (style, shape) o Trade and interaction patterns o Culture change o Datable Ceramics – Datable - Dating of specific things o General type Porcelain Stoneware - Earthenware o Delftware (16 th – 18 th centuries) o Slipware (16 th – 18 th centuries) o Creamware (3 rd q 18 th to 1q to 18 th ) o Pearlware (4 th q 18 th to 2q to 18 th ) o Whiteware (2 nd q 19 th to present) o Ironstone (3 rd q 19 th to present) Bone China: Translucent Ceramics: Dating of specific type or pattern - Range dates of manufacture o Underglaze polychrome pearlware 1795-1815 (Median – 1805)
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ANT 145 taught by Professor Dontremember during the Fall '08 term at Syracuse.

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Ant 145- Notes - Ant 145 February 19, 2007 Ceramics -...

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