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|Title:||Chemical characterization of tin-lead glazed pottery from the Iberian Peninsula and the Canary Islands: initial steps toward a better understanding of Spanish Colonial pottery in Americas|
|Author:||Garcia Iñañez, Javier|
Speakman, Robert J.
Buxeda i Garrigós, Jaume
Glascock, Michael D.
|Publisher:||Oxford University, Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art|
|Abstract:||Majolica pottery was the most characteristic tableware produced in Europe during the Medieval and Renaissance periods. Because of the prestige and importance attributed to this ware, Spanish majolica was imported in vast quantities into the Americas during the Spanish Colonial period. A study of Spanish majolica was conducted on a set of 186 samples from the 10 primary majolica production centres on the Iberian Peninsula and 22 sherds from two early colonial archaeological sites on the Canary Islands. The samples were analysed by neutron activation analysis (NAA), and the resulting data were interpreted using an array of multivariate statistical approaches. Our results show a clear discrimination between different production centres, allowing a reliable provenance attribution of the sherds from the Canary Islands.|
|Note:||Versió postprint del document publicat a: 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2008.00431.x|
|It is part of:||Archaeometry, 2009, vol. 51, p. 546-567|
|Appears in Collections:||Articles publicats en revistes (Història i Arqueologia)|
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