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Search for: [Abstract = "The author calls attention to the importance of local paleogeographic characteristics shaping pottery production. Ignoring facts resulting from a study of paleoenvironmental factors may lead to interpretative mistakes. The issue is discussed based on a variant of grey ware with abradable surfaces that derives from the smooth grey ware widespread in the Barbaricum \(1st to 5th c. A.D.\). The choice of raw materials for the production of this variant is instrumental in obtaining the “abradable” effect. The author questions the idea of a special technology for producing quality ceramics from raw material with abundant quartz"]

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