Shine Like the Sun: Lustre-painted and Associated Pottery from the Medieval Middle East
"This study is aimed at approaching these three problems, focusing on the period from the beginning of the Islamic period, up until about 1250. Three chief methodologies have been used. Standard archaeological approaches to pottery classification are used to create a seriated ceramic typology, including study of forms and motif assemblages."--BOOK JACKET.
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