New Appenninico Potsherds from Fondo Paviani (Verona) – Padova University Excavations 2007-2012. Chrono-typological and Archaeometrical Overview. The aim of the paper is a chrono-tpological and archaeometrical analysis of three new Appenninico potsherds coming from the embanked site of Fondo Paviani, already known in literature for the presence of some Appenninico potsherds. Two of the new ones come from the survey, while a third one was found in an archaeological layer that can be dated to RBA2. The petrographic analysis demonstrated a local production, as it is for the other Appenninico potsherds from Valli Grandi Veronesi contexts. The material filling the carved decoration motifs was examined with SEM and XRD. The analysis showed that it is a white pigment made of grounded bones, applied on pots after firing. Since the MBA3 phase is substantially missing in the Fondo Paviani settlement, the three potsherds support the hypothesis of the continuation of techniques and decorative patterns also in RBA.

Nuove ceramiche con decorazione di tipo appenninico da Fondo Paviani (Verona) – Ricerche Università di Padova 2007-2012. Inquadramento tipocronologico e indagini archeometriche / Dalla Longa, Elisa; Cupitò, Michele; Vidale, Massimo; Levi, Sara Tiziana; Guida, Guseppe; Mariottini, Maurizio; Cannavo', Valentina. - STAMPA. - 2:(2015), pp. 861-866.

Nuove ceramiche con decorazione di tipo appenninico da Fondo Paviani (Verona) – Ricerche Università di Padova 2007-2012. Inquadramento tipocronologico e indagini archeometriche

LEVI, SARA TIZIANA;CANNAVO', VALENTINA
2015

Abstract

New Appenninico Potsherds from Fondo Paviani (Verona) – Padova University Excavations 2007-2012. Chrono-typological and Archaeometrical Overview. The aim of the paper is a chrono-tpological and archaeometrical analysis of three new Appenninico potsherds coming from the embanked site of Fondo Paviani, already known in literature for the presence of some Appenninico potsherds. Two of the new ones come from the survey, while a third one was found in an archaeological layer that can be dated to RBA2. The petrographic analysis demonstrated a local production, as it is for the other Appenninico potsherds from Valli Grandi Veronesi contexts. The material filling the carved decoration motifs was examined with SEM and XRD. The analysis showed that it is a white pigment made of grounded bones, applied on pots after firing. Since the MBA3 phase is substantially missing in the Fondo Paviani settlement, the three potsherds support the hypothesis of the continuation of techniques and decorative patterns also in RBA.
Preistoria e Protostoria in Veneto
Leonardi, G.; Tinè,V.
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Istituto Italiano di Preistoria Protostoria
ITA
Nuove ceramiche con decorazione di tipo appenninico da Fondo Paviani (Verona) – Ricerche Università di Padova 2007-2012. Inquadramento tipocronologico e indagini archeometriche / Dalla Longa, Elisa; Cupitò, Michele; Vidale, Massimo; Levi, Sara Tiziana; Guida, Guseppe; Mariottini, Maurizio; Cannavo', Valentina. - STAMPA. - 2:(2015), pp. 861-866.
Dalla Longa, Elisa; Cupitò, Michele; Vidale, Massimo; Levi, SARA TIZIANA; Guida, Guseppe; Mariottini, Maurizio; Cannavo', Valentina
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