The evolution of the potteries from Przeworsk settlements

The evolution of the potteries from Przeworsk settlements

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... of the typical hand-formed Przeworsk ware consisted of deep biconical bowls and pots ( Fig. 3: 1, 3-4), beside which a few small bowls and cups, sometimes decorated with incised, grooved or impressed decoration also came to light ( Fig. 3: 2,5). Wheel-thrown ceramics mainly included bowls with semispherical, biconical and articulated body (Fig. 3: 8-9), jugs with narrow neck as well as fewer pots, biconical vessels and cups ( Fig. 3: 6-7). Although wheel-thrown ware was present in an impressive amount, the majority of the fragments were without decoration. Hand-formed coarse cooking vessels mainly included pots (Fig. 3: 10), but the same material and technique was 54 (2019) used to ...
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... Almgren group VII brooches with at side returned foot (Fibel mit spitzigem Fuß) are known from Garadna-Kovács tanya (Fig. 7: 8 while they are less frequent east of the Tokaj Mountains (Cociş 2014). In most territories they can be dated to periods C2-C3, that is, the second half of the 3 rd century and the first decades of the 4 th century (Peškař 1972, 118-119, Taf. 34;Godłowski 1992, 42;Varsik 2011, 194-199, Abb. 104). The dating of a Type Almgren VI. 166 ...
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... characteristic. Their use can still be traced in the 3 rd century AD, however their proportion in the pottery material of settlements fell back significantly with time. Strong profiles gradually became more rounded, for example in the case of bowls from Garadna-Kovács tanya (Fig. 3: 3), and smallsized vessels disappeared from the pottery material (Fig. ...
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... forms towards more curved profiles. In the early period, west of the Tokaj Mountains numerous vessel types were produced from coarse material: smaller and slender pots, mugs, lids, small bowls, miniature vessels and wide, flat oven pans. This wide spectrum of forms narrowed with time, in the Late Roman Period mostly pots and bowls were in use (Fig. ...
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... resembles Quadi pottery (Varsik 2011, Abb. 30). The vertical and horizontal row of pinches observable on another pot from Garadna-Kovács tanya is a frequent decoration on Western Slovakian vessels (Varsik 2011, Abb. 35, Abb. 39), although the form and production technique of the pot from Garadna does not differ from the local pottery material ( Fig. 9: ...

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