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Earthenware in Southeast Asia Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on Premodern Southeast Asian Earthenwares by Singapore Symposium on Premodern Southea

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Published by Singapore University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ceramics,
  • European archaeology,
  • Pottery & Ceramics,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • South East Asia,
  • Asia - Southeast Asia,
  • Congresses,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Pottery,
  • Southeast Asia

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages480
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9202663M
ISBN 109971692716
ISBN 109789971692711

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Earthenware is the most important material in Southeast Asian archaeology, yet there has been little published work aimed at understanding and dating earthenware artifacts and materials on a. Earthenware is the most important material in Southeast Asian archaeology, yet there has been little published work aimed at understanding and dating earthenware artifacts and materials on a .   This book is a major contribution to the fields of Southeast Asian archaeology and art history since it brings together more than a score of articles discussing the different aspects of earthenware research. John Miksic should be congratulated for overseeing this project. earthenware in southeast asia Download earthenware in southeast asia or read online here in PDF or EPUB. Please click button to get earthenware in southeast asia book now. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the.

of half a century of earthenware pottery re-search in Southeast Asia, Miksic follows his introduction with two chapters written by Solheim and synthesizing his views on the history of earthenware pottery and its study in the region. In a chapter entitled ‘‘South-east Asian Earthenware Pottery and Its Spread,’’ Solheim presents a broad regional. Earthenware in Southeast Asia Miksic, John N (ed.), Earthenware in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Singapore University Press, Earthernware is the most important material in Southeast Asian archaeology, yet there has been little published work aimed at understanding and dating earthenware artifacts and materials on a regional basis. Using earthenware. Potters in Southeast Asia shaped earthenware clay into myriad forms. Versatile, round-bottomed cooking pots, which rest securely on three stones arranged in the hearth or on three-pronged earthenware stoves, could also be used to simmer herbal medicine, steep dyes for textiles, or bury cremated remains. The mainland region of Southeast Asia has a rich, indigenous tradition of ancient ceramic production with centers in the modern nations of Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic (Laos), Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, and Vietnam.

This volume offers a baseline of information on what is known of earthenware across Southeast Asia and aims to provide new understandings of subjects including the origins of the prehistoric tripod vessels of the Malayan Peninsula and the role of earthenware from a kiln site in southern Thailand. (source: Nielsen Book Data). Earthenware is the most important material in Southeast Asian archaeology, yet there has been little published work aimed at understanding and dating earthenware artifacts and materials on a regional basis. This volume draws together essays from Southeast Asia's top archaeologists, and includes contributions from every country in the region. In addition to providing a base-line of information. Earthenware In Southeast Asia , Singapore, Singapore University Press, 75 halftones and line art illustrations, maps, p. This book is based on the papers that were presented at the Singapore Symposium on Premodern Southeast Asian Earthenware, held in Author: John Shaw. Summary: This volume offers a baseline of information on what is known of earthenware across Southeast Asia and aims to provide new understandings of subjects including the origins of the prehistoric tripod vessels of the Malayan Peninsula and the role of earthenware from a kiln site in southern Thailand.