O desenho na cerâmica islâmica de Mértola
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The set of decorated pottery items analysed in this work comes from the archaeological excavations carried out in Mértola since 1984, and dates back to a period comprising the IX and XIII centuries. After the historic and religious contextualisation of Islamic Mértola, follows an approach to the particularities of the drawings themselves, when applied on the pottery, and to the magic and religious symbology of the motives found on those items. The presentation of the pieces follows the chronological evolution of the techniques used in the drawings. Each decorative type is illustrated with a drawing and/or photography, following the presentation with captions of those items. In attachment there is a list organised alphabetically and by kinds of motives (phyto¬morphic, zoomorphic, epigraphic, geometric and architectural) of the studied items, including an inventory of the existing printing stamps.
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