STREDOVEKÁ A NOVOVEKÁ KERAMIKA SEVEROZÁPADNÉHO SLOVENSKA
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Medieval and modern ceramic in North-western Slovakia
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This article summarizes the results of the author ś thesis as well as reflects some new facts from his doctoral work. The main goal was to create the evolutional schemes of pottery from cities, castles, bulwarks, manors and similar fortified high-placed locations of North-western Slovakia. Tiles and pipes, as part of potter’s production, are included too. The whole described collection dates back to a relatively long time period, from the High Middle Ages to the end of the Early Modern Age (13th – 18th centuries). The secondary aims include the relations of pottery production to the neighbouring areas (South-western Slovakia, Silesias, North-eastern Moravia, and Lesser Poland), the creation of ceramic-material classes of pottery and the percentage and typological comparison of ceramics from cities, castles and fortified high-placed locations.
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