Panorama des productions céramiques médiévales en pâte rouge de Dourdan (Essonne)

Abstract : The ceramic said in red dough of medieval times is a characteristic production frequently met between the XIIth and the XIVth centuries in the South of the Paris Basin and the North of the Centre Region. It is easily recognizable from its red uniform color, its rough surface and its fine delicate and regular siliceous inclusions. The city of Dourdan ( Essonne), situated half-way between Paris and Orléans used to be a center of production of this ceramic.The production seems to have started there during the XIIth century and stopped by the end of the XIVth century. The produced forms belong to the directory of the domestic dresser. Also used to be produced not turned bowls of large capacity (vases of storage, cuviers) and architectural terracotta wares.
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Caroline Claude. Panorama des productions céramiques médiévales en pâte rouge de Dourdan (Essonne). Revue archéologique d'Île-de-France, Les Amis de la RAIF, 2009, pp.235-252. ⟨http://www.raif.fr/fr/2-2009-fr⟩. ⟨hal-02101064⟩

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