Lustre Production in Kerman; Typology and Elemental Analysis of Lustre Wares of Exhibition and Pottery Bank of Arg-e Bam - Journal of Research on Archaeometry
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Kameshki N, Amirhajloo S, Agha-Aligol D, Shahsavari M, Fazel L. Lustre Production in Kerman; Typology and Elemental Analysis of Lustre Wares of Exhibition and Pottery Bank of Arg-e Bam. JRA. 2021; 7 (1) :81-101
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1- Bam world heritage site
2- Tarbiat Modares University , saeed.hajloo@gmail.com
3- Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute of Iran
4- University of Jiroft
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Significant evidence of the lustre has been discovered during the excavation and restoration of the historical Arg-e Bam. 24 samples of these lustres are kept in the pottery bank and Exhibition of the Arg Bam. There are the following questions about them: what are the characteristic features of the lustrewares in the pottery bank and exhibition of the Arg-e Bam? Where is the production center of these lustrewares based on laboratory results? What local pottery traditions have existed in the production of lustreware in Kerman? After classification and typology of the lustrewares, 10 pieces have been chosen as the samples to perform elemental analysis of the body and glaze by the micro-PIXE method. The results of the elemental analysis of the paste and glaze indicated that these samples are of local origin and their raw materials are supplied from mines in Bam, Jiroft, or Kerman and produced in the same area. Therefore, the variety that can be seen in the color, pattern, and paste of these lustrewares is not due to their production in several centers in Iran, but due to production in different periods from the early to the late Islamic centuries in several local workshops in Kerman, Jiroft, or Bam.
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Technical Note: Original Research | Subject: Archaeometry
Received: 2021/04/19 | Accepted: 2021/08/21 | Published: 2021/09/21 | ePublished: 2021/09/21

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