A typology of seventeenth-century Dutch ceramics and its implications for American historical archaeology
An attempt to establish a chronology for seventeenth century Dutch ceramics in order create a comparative framework for the pottery from the New Netherlands. It studies vessel forms, material, decoration, and place of manufacture and concentrates on utilitarian earthenwares and compares them with Dutch products in the American colonies.
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