Ceramics of the Islamic World9th-10th Century A.D. (800-1000              A.D.)     A Brief Overview of     Ceramic Tradit...
Islamic Ceramic Traditions from               Spain and Sanisera• Western Islamic World and the  Different Tradition • Con...
Islamic Ceramics from Sanisera
Islamic Ceramic Traditions                from Iraq• The Decadence of the Abassid  Caliphates• Adaption of Greco-Roman  Ce...
Some of the Main Wares of the                          Iraqi Potters                    Yellow and Green Splashed WareAhmo...
Iraqi LusterwareAshmolean Mus. EA 2005.32   Ashmolean Mus. EA1956.66   Ashmolean Mus. EAP.2684
Iraqi Lusterware and other DesignsAshmolean Mus. EA1968.94   Ashmolean Mus. EA1978.2146
Iraqi Ceramics and Faith                      Inscriptions• Baraka li-sahibih (Blessings to its owner)• Al-mulk li-llah (D...
Islamic Ceramics of Iran• Sassanid Dynasty Continuation of Ancient  Traditions (224-651 A.D.)• Influence of the Abassid Ca...
South West Iranian                 Tradition • Abassid influence from Samarra (Iraq)             Case Study of Susa• Glaze...
North Easter Iranian Ceramic                 Traditions• Local Forms• Abassid InfluenceCase Study of Nishapur• Locally Pro...
Examples of Islamic Ceramics                        from IranNorth East Tradition Psuedo-Inscription   Ashmolean Mus. EA 1...
Examples of Islamic Ceramics                  from Iran  Ashmolean Mus. EA 1967.183   Ashmolean Mus. EA 1978.1759Ashmolean...
Examples of Islamic           Ceramics from IranAshmolean Mus. EA2005.42                              Ashmolean Mus. EA 19...
Islamic Ceramic Traditions of                       Egypt• Introduction of Ceramic Glaze 700  A.D.• Vessel Decoration and ...
Egyptian Stamped Decoration and                 Plain WaresAshmolean Mus. EA1974.34   9th century Stamped Decoration
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Roman city dig. Session 1, 2012: Ceramics of the Islamic World 9th-10th Century A.D. (800-1000 A.D.), by James Bennett

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Roman city dig. Session 1, 2012: Ceramics of the Islamic World 9th-10th Century A.D. (800-1000 A.D.), by James Bennett

  1. 1. Ceramics of the Islamic World9th-10th Century A.D. (800-1000 A.D.) A Brief Overview of Ceramic Traditions in Iraq, Iran, Egypt and Spain James Bennett, Session 1
  2. 2. Islamic Ceramic Traditions from Spain and Sanisera• Western Islamic World and the Different Tradition • Continuation of Early Forms
  3. 3. Islamic Ceramics from Sanisera
  4. 4. Islamic Ceramic Traditions from Iraq• The Decadence of the Abassid Caliphates• Adaption of Greco-Roman Ceramic Models
  5. 5. Some of the Main Wares of the Iraqi Potters Yellow and Green Splashed WareAhmolean Mus. EA1956.56 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1956.35 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1956.89 Ashmolean Mus. EA 2005.40
  6. 6. Iraqi LusterwareAshmolean Mus. EA 2005.32 Ashmolean Mus. EA1956.66 Ashmolean Mus. EAP.2684
  7. 7. Iraqi Lusterware and other DesignsAshmolean Mus. EA1968.94 Ashmolean Mus. EA1978.2146
  8. 8. Iraqi Ceramics and Faith Inscriptions• Baraka li-sahibih (Blessings to its owner)• Al-mulk li-llah (Dominion belongs to God)• May you eat from this dish with satisfaction and beauty• Potters signatures
  9. 9. Islamic Ceramics of Iran• Sassanid Dynasty Continuation of Ancient Traditions (224-651 A.D.)• Influence of the Abassid Caliphates of Iraq
  10. 10. South West Iranian Tradition • Abassid influence from Samarra (Iraq) Case Study of Susa• Glazed Ceramics- Bowls, Monochrome green, turquoise , blue , yellow.• Lusterware, bi-chrome and monochrome
  11. 11. North Easter Iranian Ceramic Traditions• Local Forms• Abassid InfluenceCase Study of Nishapur• Locally Produced forms• Decorative forms Nishapur 9th-10th Century A.D.
  12. 12. Examples of Islamic Ceramics from IranNorth East Tradition Psuedo-Inscription Ashmolean Mus. EA 1956.91 Ashmolean Mus. EA 2005.40 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1995.99 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1956.182
  13. 13. Examples of Islamic Ceramics from Iran Ashmolean Mus. EA 1967.183 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1978.1759Ashmolean Mus. EA.2005.31 Ashmolean Mus. EA 2005.33.
  14. 14. Examples of Islamic Ceramics from IranAshmolean Mus. EA2005.42 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1956.62 Ashmolean Mus. EA2005.30
  15. 15. Islamic Ceramic Traditions of Egypt• Introduction of Ceramic Glaze 700 A.D.• Vessel Decoration and Designs UC50649 UC25420 UC25425 UC50650
  16. 16. Egyptian Stamped Decoration and Plain WaresAshmolean Mus. EA1974.34 9th century Stamped Decoration

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