Britain: the Ceramic Basis
Publication No 3.
Prehistoric Ceramic Research Group.
Edited by Woodward & Hill.
Oxbow Books 2002.
has become one of the major categories of artefact that
is used in reconstructing the lives and habits of prehistoric
people. In these 14 papers, members of the Prehistoric
Ceramics Research Group discuss the many ways in which
pottery is used to study chronology, behavioural changes,
inter-relationships between people and between people
and their environment, technology and production, exchange,
settlement organisation, cultural expression, style
and symbolism. c.200p, illus (Oxbow Books 2002).
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