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La production potière en Bulgarie à l’époque ottomane: rupture ou continuité ?

Abstract : The 14th-15th centuries marked a period of transition in Bulgaria between the end of the Bulgarian State and the creation of the Ottoman Empire. In theory, according to the history of art there was continuity in the material culture of the times, without any major evolution. This understanding is confirmed by the rare studies where distinctions are made between the ceramic productions of these periods. However, the analysis of archaeological data generally highlights a break between these two periods. Now, the increasing wealth of historical and demographic data with concrete examples of pottery techniques from stratified excavations underlines the existence of continuity in the pottery traditions between the 14th and 15th centuries. It was only in the 16th century that new elements emerged. There is so much data that calls into question the chronological divisions still commonly used.
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Guergana Guionova. La production potière en Bulgarie à l’époque ottomane: rupture ou continuité ?. Juan Zozaya; Manuel Retuerce; Juan de Hervàs. Actas del VIII Congreso Internacional de Cerámica medieval en el Mediterráneo, Ciudad Real-Almagro, del 27 de febrero al 3 de marzo 2006, Tomo 1, Asociación española de arqueología medieval, pp.215-223, 2009, 978-84-613-6275-2. ⟨halshs-03697269⟩



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