La Céramique du Groupe Episcopal d'Aradi/Sidi Jdidi (Tunisie) - Grand Format

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Claudio Capelli


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This study focuses on ceramic finds from the excavations (1996-2006) of the Episcopal Group of Sidi Jdidi, the ancient city of Aradi, in the hinterland... Lire la suite
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This study focuses on ceramic finds from the excavations (1996-2006) of the Episcopal Group of Sidi Jdidi, the ancient city of Aradi, in the hinterland of Hammamet in Tunisia, directed by Dr Aïcha Ben Abed-Ben Khader and Prof. Michel Fixot. The aim of these excavations was to understand the processes of the evolution and insertion of Christian monuments into the pre-existent town and the distribution of the liturgical and economic functions within various buildings of this ecclesiastic centre.
The ceramological study contributed to attaining this aim by suggesting dates for each phase of the construction, occupation and abandonment of the Episcopal group, as well as evidence for the function of each space. Furthermore, this study has documented the strong rural and regional characteristics of the ceramic assemblages : these are very different from those of the large-scale excavations at Carthage and indicate a pattern of self-sufficient consumption supplied by purely intra-regional trade.
The author is a Research Fellow of The National Museum of Western Art (Tokyo, Japan), and Research Associate of the Centre Camille Jullian (Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, MCC, CCJ, F-13000, Aix-en-Provence, France).


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    438 pages
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    1.655 Kg
  • Dimensions
    21,1 cm × 19,9 cm × 2,3 cm

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Roman and Late Antique Mediterranean Pottery (RLAMP) is designed to serve as a reference point for pottery studies on a pan-Mediterranean basis, from c. 100 BC to c. AD 750. The series seeks to gather innovative individual or collective research on the many dimensions of pottery studies, such as pure, typological and chronological essays, the full publication of ceramic deposits and sequences, archaeometry, new methodologies, and studies of the economy based on pottery evidence or ethnoarchaeological research, that will all contribute to our understanding of the production, distribution and consumption of pottery in the Mediterranean basin.

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