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Title: Les produccions de kalathoi d'Empúries i la seva difusió mediterrània (ss. II-I a.C.)
Author: Conde i Berdós, M. Josep
Keywords: Ceràmica ibèrica
Iberian pottery
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya
Abstract: In the opening years of the second century B .C. the workshops situated in EmptIries and its surroundings began to produce the most typical vessels of the late Iberian world: the kalathos, <<the top hat>, which from that moment until just before the beginning of the Empire, became the most exclusive form of painted pottery in North-East Catalonia. The Empurian kalathoi correspond to two chronological phases and stylistically belong to the indigenous ceramic production of the area, which present certain decorative affinities with the kalathoi produced at the same time in New Catalonia. During the second century and the first decades of the first century B.C. They constitute the vast majority of painted Iberian pottery found in extrapeninsular deposits.
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It is part of: Cypsela, 1992, num. 9, p. 141-168
ISSN: 0213-3431
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