Cerámicas del arrabal de Mértola (Portugal). Contexto y uso de los objetos en un espacio ribereño andalusí
[Resumen extraído de la fuente original]
The excavations at the Beira Rio Guest House have brought remains of Mértola’s riverside settlement to light, a well organized 12th century neighbourhood. The houses do not differ from others in Mértola coming from the same period, but the remains and objects found within them allow this area to be inserted within the riverside context. The ceramics found include new items relative to the repertoire of the Umayyad era (saucepans and casseroles with a marked body, casseroles with rudimentary “ribs” and bottles and small vases made from white clay) and a set of imported ceramics (“cuerda seca” and “esgrafiada”).