Published January 2005
by Israel Antiquities Authority .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||177|
"In September the IAA Reports series introduced a new book, POTTERY OF THE CRUSADER, AYYUBID, AND MAMLUK PERIODS IN ISRAEL. This book, designed as an easy-to-use catalogue, is a first attempt to collect and distinguish pottery of these. the catalogue of pottery from the Crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk periods in Israel (Avissar and Stern ). As the excavation revealed very few innovations in the pottery typology, the pottery-type descriptions here are short, and citations to comparable types are for the most part restricted to those listed in Avissar and Stern In the few. Pottery in the written sources of the Ayyubid-Mamluk period (c. –/–)1 - Volume 62 Issue 3 - Marcus MilwrightCited by: At Khirbat Din‘ila, pottery from the Crusader, Mamluk and perhaps, early Ottoman periods was uncovered. The majority of the assemblage dates to the Mamluk period (fourteenth–fifteenth centuries CE). This is the first Mamluk pottery assemblage in the.
perhaps refers more to the Mamluk than the Ayyubid period. This present chapter – on the immediate pre-Mamluk history of Gaza and its environs, that is, for the Frankish and Ayyubid periods – thus comes to fill in some of this lacuna in modern scholarly literature. It is intended. "In September the IAA Reports series introduced a new book, POTTERY OF THE CRUSADER, AYYUBID, AND MAMLUK PERIODS IN ISRAEL. This book, . Avissar, M. and Stern, E.J. (), Pottery of the Crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk Periods in Israel, IAA Repo Jerusalem. Boas, A. (), Provenience Study of . Pottery of the crusader of the crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk periods in Israel (Israel Antiquities Authority Reports 26). Jerusalem: Israel Antiquities Authority. Google Scholar. Boas, A.J. Crusader archaeology: the material culture of the Latin East. London and New York: Routledge.
IAA Reports Pottery Of The Crusader, Ayyubid And Mamluk Periods In Israel, M. Avissar & E.J. Stern () ISBN IAA Reports Shoham (North, E.C.M. van den Brink & . Stern E.J. `Akko I: The – Excavations: The Crusader-Period Pottery (IAA reports 51). Jerusalem. Avissar M. and Stern E. Pottery of the Crusader, Ayyubid, and Mamluk Periods in Israel (IAA Reports 26). Jerusalem. Stern E.J. Pottery and Identity in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem: A Case Study of Acre and Western Galilee. Avissar, M. and Stern, E.J. (), Pottery of the Crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk Periods in Israel, IAA Repo Jerusalem. Boas, A. (), Provenience Study of some Fine tablewares Imported into the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, Jerusalem. A nice group of Islamic/Crusader Period ceramic oil lamps. Each with the classic pinch spout type with disk bases, the interior with green glaze, one of which retaining its original pleasant green color. Ref: IAA Reports Avissar and Stern, "Pottery of the Crusader, Ayyubid, and Mamluk Periods in Israel.