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An early Byzantine alkali glazing tradition? Discussion of P. Armstrong (2020). The earliest glazed ceramics in constantinople: A regional or international phenomenon? Journal of archaeological science: Reports, 29, 102,078
Abstract
© 2020 Elsevier Ltd The suggestion by Armstrong (2020) that the ceramics from the fifth century monastery of St. Lot, Jordan, represent evidence for an early Byzantine alkali glazing tradition is based upon a misinterpretation of an earlier study by Freestone et al. (2001). The St. Lot glazes were unintentional and formed as a result of the reaction of the kiln vapour with the clay ceramic. Evidence for an early Byzantine alkali glazing technology is called into question.
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