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Ceramic Art History: 999 B.C. - 1 B.C.


999 B.C. - 1 B.C.

Ancient Art - The Etruscans (Detroit Institute of Arts) 500 B.C. Permanent Collection - The Etruscans were a mysterious people, their place of origin unknown, their language little understood. In the 7th and 6th centuries B.C. they controlled the major part of the Italian peninsula, living in walled city-states set on hilltops.

The Ancient Greek World - Pottery and Time (U of Pennsylvania Museum) 1100 B.C. - 31 B.C. Greek Pottery and its Archaeological Importance.

CAMPOTS archaeoceramics (A Cambridge research pottery) Saxo-Norman 850-1066 B.C. High medieval 13th-14th B.C. centuries Late medieval 1350-1500 B.C. A Cambridge research pottery specializing in the experimental investigation of the materials and construction techniques of English Medieval pottery. Saxo-Norman c850-1066 High medieval c13th-14th centuries Late medieval c1350-1500 

Greek Civilization -Pottery (History for Kids) 1100 B.C. - 31 B.C. This web page is designed for kids it discusses the shapes of Greek vases and their uses.

Etruscans (Student Project) 600 B.C. The Etruscan Tombs at Cerveteri and Tarquinia Etruscans were the main tribe in Italy before the rise of the Roman empire and
they had a great affect on the Roman culture.

The Later Prehistoric Pottery Collections of England 1000 B.C. - A.D. 43 Register and Bibliography for England: The period under study spans the Late Bronze to Late Iron Age 1000 B.C.- A.D. 43. The initial data entry has now been completed, and the database now holds information on some 5,569 pottery collections. It is anticipated that a further 500-1,000 collections are still to be registered.

The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses (Michael J. Rudnac) 200 B.C. Rudanacis a teacher and Chairperson of the Social Studies Department at the Westmont Hilltop High School in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. He visited Xian and the Terra-Cotta army in 1989.

Terracotta Warriors and Horses (Northeast Parallel Architectures Center, Syracuse University) 200 B.C. Lots of pictures by Unknown Photo Snapper at Xi'an on July 96. Photos of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses.