Ceramic ecology, 1988: current research on ceramic materials
This collection of nine papers continues the publication of recent (1988) research into ceramic materials and traditions with papers on clay-mixing, estimating vessel life, determining production levels, and organization, etc. Chiefly New World examples.
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