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Pottery manufacture in early Roman Galilee: a micromorphological study


Catena 35(2/4): 327-341
Pottery manufacture in early Roman Galilee: a micromorphological study
The characteristics of, and the sources of the soil materials for, pottery manufactured in three settlements of early Roman (late first century BC-first century AD) Galilee were studied by micromorphological techniques.

Accession: 003237398

DOI: 10.1016/s0341-8162(99)00002-8

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