Chlemoutsi castle (Clermont, Castel Tornese), Peloponnese: by Skartsis, Stephania (PhD Birmingham 2010)

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Of course, shapes and fabrics are taken under account, since they offer evidence for dating, provenance and relations between pottery types. It should be underlined that identification and dating of pottery have often been proved particularly difficult. Much of the material belongs to Italian pottery types that are absent at Corinth, as well as to generally less known Post-Byzantine wares. In particular, the PostByzantine pottery of the Peloponnese remains almost unknown in the bibliography. However, the detailed study of the pottery led to the identification of 30 glazed wares (with some subtypes and subgroups) and enabled me to give to almost each sherd a dating in centuries, based on comparative material from other parts of Greece, as well as from Cyprus, Constantinople/Istanbul, Syria-Palestine (for the Frankish/Late Byzantine period) and from Italy.

VavylopoulouCharitonidou 1990). A characteristic of the Athenian production is the grooved exterior of the rims of bowls. Eastern Phokis.

The reported material includes, apart from the glazed pottery, a large amount of unglazed wares, both decorated (‘mat-painted’ wares) and undecorated. Recently, the results of the Corinth excavations have been presented in a volume (Williams and Bookides 2003), which includes some overviews on Byzantine and Frankish Corinth and on the 13th-14th– c. Corinthian pottery, by Sanders, Williams and MacKay. The Corinth excavations have shown that during the early years of the Frankish occupation the local potters continued to produce finewares decorated in local styles, such as sgraffito, incised, champlevé and late green and brown painted wares.

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