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Neolithic Pottery from the Near East Third International Workshop on Ceramics from the Late Neolithic Near East 7-9 March, 2019 – Antalya PROCEEDINGS

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ISBN: 9786057685698

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Yazar: Yukiko Tonoike - Rana Özbal - Mücella Erdalkıran
Cilt tipi: Sert Kapak

Discussions on the production, distribution, use, and consumption of pottery from the Neolithic Near East.

Ceramics from the Neolithic period carry visual messages through their shapes, styles, and painted decorations. Honoring the work of Dutch archaeologist Olivier Nieuwenhuyse, the chapters in this volume go beyond the technical to address issues of ideology, symbolism, feasting, and communalism in pottery productions in the Near East. Essays exploring aspects of thechaîne opératoireof ceramic production, including archaeometric and experimental techniques in the neolithic pottery tradition, provide new insights into how the vessels were distributed and used.

This international volume brings together papers presented at the Third International Workshop on Late Neolithic Pottery from the Ancient Near East.

353 s, renkli resimler, sert kapak ciltli, İngilizce makaleler.

CONTENTS

1)Introduction to the Volume and a Celebration of Olivier Nieuwenhuyse’s Research

Rana Özbal, Yukiko Tonoike, and Mücella Erdalkıran

PART I: CERAMIC PRODUCTION AND TECHNOLOGY

2)White Ware or “Vaiselle Blache” in the Chrono-Cultural and Technological Context of the First Ceramic Productions at Tell Halula (Euphrates Valley)

Miquel Molist, Anna Gómez Bach, Josep Miquel Faura, Mercè Gangonells, Cristina López, Adrià Breu, and Quim Sisa

3)Akarçay Tepe in Southeastern Turkey: A Key Site on the Origins of the First Pottery Productions in the Near East

Walter Cruells and Miquel Molist

4)A Technological Approach to Pre-Halaf Pottery of Tell Halula: A Chaîne Opératoire Overview

Silvia Calvo, Anna Gómez Bach, Josep Miquel Faura, and Miquel Molist

5)Organization of Ceramic Production at Neolithic Ulucak

Çiler Çilingiroğlu

6)Preforms for Sequential Slab Construction?

Frank Hole and Yukiko Tonoike

7)Neolithic Potting Traditions at Çukuriçi Höyük

Clare Burke and Barbara Horejs

PART II: USING AND DECONSTRUCTING CATEGORIES

8)Experience in Creating a Descriptive System for the Morphology of Halafian Painted Pottery from Yarim-Tepe 2 (Iraq)

Shahmardan Amirov

9)Boundaries and Regional Pottery Tradition in the Mid-Sixth Millennium cal BCE: from the Levant to the Northern Zagros

Anna Gómez Bach

10)Not Only Painted – A Re-examination of the Pottery Assemblage from the Site of Hajji Muhammad: A Techno-morphological Approach

Luca Volpi

11)Hybrid Styles: Categorizing Painted Pottery at Sixth Millennium Fıstıklı Höyük

Nolwen Rol

12)Reassessment of Halaf Fine Ware from Yunus, Gaziantep

Mücella Erdalkıran

13)Neolithic Potsherds from Tell Hassuna: the Collection of the University Museum,

the University of Tokyo

Takahiro Odaka

PART III: ARCHAEOMETRIC AND EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES

14)Potting on the Edge of the Painted Traditions: Ceramic Regionalism and the Role of Craft Production During the Neolithic of the Central Levant

Kamal Badreshany and Graham Philip

15)Animal Residues from the Seventh and Sixth Millennia BCE Pottery at Tell Halula

Adrià Breu, Anna Gómez Bach, Josep Miquel Faura, Antoni Rosell, and Miquel Molist

16)Neolithic Pottery Technology of the Sinjar Valley, Northern Iraq (Proto-Hassuna and Archaic Hassuna Periods)

Natalia Petrova

17)A First Assessment of Technological and Functional Traces on Late Neolithic Husking Trays from the Near East

Sergio Taranto, Vanessa Forte, Anna Gómez Bach, Cristina Lemorini, and Miquel Molist

PART IV: POTTERY IN SOCIAL AND RITUAL CONTEXTS

18)Bull Symbolism in Anatolian Neolithic Pottery and Religious Life in Neolithic Society

Serap Özdöl-Kutlu

19)Peopling Pots and Potting People:Anthropomorphic Vessels in the Halaf Culture and Chalcolithic Anatolia

Ellen H. Belcher

20)Narrative Scenes on the Late Neolithic Pottery of Domuztepe

Halil Tekin

21)What Can One Room Tell Us? The Pottery Assemblage of Room C70 in Building CI at Tel Tsaf, Middle Jordan Valley, Israel

Tamar Shooval, Florian Klimscha, and Danny Rosenberg

PART V: ENRICHING REGIONAL REPERTOIRES THOUGH NEW DISCOVERIES

22)New Data on the Late Neolithic Pottery from the Northern Upper Tigris Region: the Ambar Dam Reservoir

Ayşe Tuba Ökse

23)An Evaluation of the Late Neolithic Pottery Assemblages from the Kuseyr Plateau in the Hatay Region (Turkey)

Canan Karataş Yüksel and Hatice Pamir

24)The Early Pottery from Uğurlu on the Island of Gökçeada,Northeastern Aegean

Burçin Erdoğu and Çiğdem Atakuman

İngilizce

2021

353 sayfa

22 x 29 cm