GERMÁNSKA NA KRUHU TOČENÁ KERAMIKA – SIVÝ DRSNÝ RIAD. PRÍSPEVOK K PREBERANIU RÍMSKEJ TECHNOLÓGIE
Germanic wheel-made pottery from Cífer-Pác – coarse grey tableware. A contribution to adoption of Roman technology
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In the Late Roman period, the Suebe north of the Danube adopted the wheel-making technology for pottery production under influence of the nearby Roman world. This Germanic wheel-made tableware consists of two groups – pottery with smooth surface and pottery with coarse (grainy) surface. Archaeological research views the second group with serious contradictions, mainly reliable distinction of the local production from Roman pottery products. The article attempts to present the standpoint to the problem from the archaeological point of view and on the basis of presentation of the rich collection of this pottery from Cífer-Pác.
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