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

    • 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
    • Islamic Ceramic Traditions from Spain and Sanisera• Western Islamic World and the Different Tradition • Continuation of Early Forms
    • Islamic Ceramics from Sanisera
    • Islamic Ceramic Traditions from Iraq• The Decadence of the Abassid Caliphates• Adaption of Greco-Roman Ceramic Models
    • 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
    • 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 (Dominion belongs to God)• May you eat from this dish with satisfaction and beauty• Potters signatures
    • Islamic Ceramics of Iran• Sassanid Dynasty Continuation of Ancient Traditions (224-651 A.D.)• Influence of the Abassid Caliphates of Iraq
    • 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
    • North Easter Iranian Ceramic Traditions• Local Forms• Abassid InfluenceCase Study of Nishapur• Locally Produced forms• Decorative forms Nishapur 9th-10th Century A.D.
    • 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
    • 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.
    • Examples of Islamic Ceramics from IranAshmolean Mus. EA2005.42 Ashmolean Mus. EA 1956.62 Ashmolean Mus. EA2005.30
    • Islamic Ceramic Traditions of Egypt• Introduction of Ceramic Glaze 700 A.D.• Vessel Decoration and Designs UC50649 UC25420 UC25425 UC50650
    • Egyptian Stamped Decoration and Plain WaresAshmolean Mus. EA1974.34 9th century Stamped Decoration