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in Archaeology

Petr Pokorný

PF 2022

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Volume 13, issue 1 and Volume 12, issue 2

NEW CONTENT sorted by Items 1 - 22 of 22


The Digital Conference “Archaeological Approaches to the Study of the Potter’s Wheel”
Caroline Jeffra, Chase A. M. Minos, Richard Thér
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 109–112, 2021. Published: December 23, 2021


Landscape Analysis of a Battlefield of the Austro-Prussian War of 1866 near Hospital Kuks
Matouš Holas
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 13(1): Online First, 2022. Online First: June 22, 2021
Aerial and remote sensing

Geophysical Studies of Wells in the Settlements of Konoplyanka and Konoplyanka 2 (Bronze Age)
Vladislav Noskevich, Natalia Fedorova
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 13(1): Online First, 2022. Online First: August 24, 2021

The Provenance of Raw Materials of the Second Complex (2018) of StoneCasting Moulds from the Archaeological Monument of Tokivske-1 (Ukraine)
Ihor S. Nikitenko, Oleksandr V. Starik, Vladimir I. Ganotskiy
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 13(1): Online First, 2022. Online First: January 9, 2022

Dolní Věstonice – Vysoká zahrada: an Integrated Geophysical Survey of an Early Medieval Fortified Settlement
Peter Milo, Michaela Prišťáková, Tomáš Tencer, Michal Vágner, Igor Murín
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 13(1): Online First, 2022. Online First: January 14, 2022

The Ancient Greek Potter’s Wheel: Experimental Archaeology and Web Applications for Velocity Analysis
Brandon Neth, Eleni Hasaki
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 115–125, 2021. Published: December 20, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.1

A Return to the Wheel: Rethinking Experimental Methodologies for the Study of the Potter’s Wheel
Chase A. M. Minos
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 127–142, 2021. Published: December 21, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.2

Orientation Patterns Characteristic for the Structure of the Ceramic Body of Wheel-thrown Pottery
Richard Thér, Petr Toms
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 143–154, 2021. Published: October 15, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.3

The Use of the Wheel in the Production of Pithoi: Preliminary Results and Lessons Learnt from Experimental Sessions
Francesca Porta
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 155–171, 2021. Published: October 1, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.4

Generalised Typesets in Experimental Ceramics: Widening Applicability and Maximizing Cross-cultural Assessments
Caroline Jeffra
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 173–179, 2021. Published: September 20, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.5

How the Uruk Potters Used the Wheel. New Data on Modalities and Conditions of Emergence of the Potter’s Wheel in the Uruk World
Johnny Samuele Baldi
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 181–199, 2021. Published: September 15, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.6

Identifying Wheel-Thrown Vases in Middle Minoan Crete? Preliminary Analysis of Experimental Replicas of Plain Handleless Conical Cups from Protopalatial Phaistos
Ilaria Caloi
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 201–216, 2021. Published: November 23, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.7

Different Shades of Grey Minyan: Dissecting an “Iconic” Ceramic Class of Middle Bronze Age, Mainland Greece
Anthi Balitsari
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 217-233, 2021. Published: August 2, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.8

A Case for Coexistence of Different Potting Practices – Baltic Ware in Latvia
Alise Gunnarssone, Baiba Dumpe, Vanda Visocka, Artūrs Brēķis
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 235–246, 2021. Published: September 20, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.9

Old World Methods, New World Pots. The Introduction of the Potter’s Wheel to the Spanish Colonies of Concepción de la Vega and Cotuí (Dominican Republic 1495–1562)
Marlieke Ernst
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 247–256, 2021. Published: September 15, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.10

Reinventing the Wheel: Perpetual Innovation in Sinhalese Potter Assemblages
Deborah Winslow
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 257–265, 2021. Published: October 17, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.11

The Potter’s Wheel in the Chilean Central Valley: A Long-Term and Contextual Perspective on Technological Change
Jaume García Rosselló
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 267–279, 2021. Published: November 19, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.12

Revisiting Aguabuena Pottery-making Through Discontinuity
Daniela Castellanos
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 281–295, 2021. Published: October 6, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.13

Thematic Reviews

The Introduction of the Potter’s Wheel to Ancient Sudan
Sarah K. Doherty
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 299–309, 2021. Published: November 23, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.14

Contextualising Artisanal Interplay and Technological Changes on Iron Age Naxos (Cyclades). Some Preliminary Observations
Xenia Charalambidou
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 311–329, 2021. Published: December 22, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.15

Material Methods; Considering Ceramic Raw Materials and the Spread of the Potter‘s Wheel in Early Iron Age Southern Iberia
Beatrijs G. de Groot
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 331–342, 2021. Published: November 2, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.16


The Tracing the Potter’s Wheel Project (TPW): An Integrated Archaeological Investigation of the Potter’s Wheel in the Bronze Age Aegean
Jill Hilditch, Caroline Jeffra, Loes Opgenhaffen
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(2): 345-355, 2021. Published: June 24, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.2.17