Un atelier de potier médiéval au coeur de la ville fortifiée de Thérouanne

Abstract : A potter’s kiln in Thérouanne, dating back to the late XIXth or the early XVth century, was partially excavated in June and July 2006 on the rue Saint-Jean. This is the first time that pottery production has been documented in the heart of the fortified city. The characterization of the fabric groups and the morphological analysis of the pottery remains collected among the material used to fill the firing structure permit us for the first time to sketch a profile of local production in the Lower Middle-Ages.
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Olivier Blamangin, Vaiana Vincent. Un atelier de potier médiéval au coeur de la ville fortifiée de Thérouanne. Revue du Nord, Association Revue du Nord, 2011, 93 (393), pp.261-276. ⟨10.3917/rdn.393.0261⟩. ⟨hal-02266457⟩

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