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Minoan Tripod Cooking Pots: Morphological Change and Function

Pareja, Marie Nicole Betancourt, Philip P. ; Evans, Jane Derose

Temple University Libraries 2012

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  • Título:
    Minoan Tripod Cooking Pots: Morphological Change and Function
  • Autor: Pareja, Marie Nicole
  • Betancourt, Philip P. ; Evans, Jane Derose
  • Assuntos: Art History; Archaeology; Ancient History ; Aegean; Bronze Age; Minoan; Nikki Pareja; Pottery; Tripod Cooking Pot
  • Descrição: Art History M.A. Tripods constituted a specific group of pottery within the Bronze Age Aegean tradition. The shape was typically associated with ritual and cooking activities. This study presents an examination of Minoan tripod cooking pots from Crete. By tracing the morphological changes that occur from one period to the next, this research seeks to discuss the relationship between the form and function of these vessels. It is hoped that the following analysis may also shed light on the origin and practicality of tripod cooking pots. Temple University--Theses
  • Editor: Temple University Libraries
  • Data de publicação: 2012
  • Idioma: Inglês

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