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Les échanges en Méditerranée médiévale

Élisabeth Malamut
Ouerfelli Mohamed


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Ceramic was frequently used in everyday life during medieval times. It was then a vital product, especially for cooking purposes. In archeology, it is omnipresent and samples are commonly found as the material remains extremely well-preserved over time. Thus, it is possible to study sample series of considerable size, covering a long time-span, which tell us more about how such items were produced, supplied and used throughout the Middle Ages. This paper aims to show the importance of this material source in the history of trade around the Mediterranean Sea during this period. Our analysis will be primarily based upon artifacts discovered in Southern France. It is, inevitably, in the field of commercial trade that these artifacts offer most data, but ceramic also provides information about other forms of transfer, whether technical, social or cultural.

Thanks to archeological discoveries, it is a known fact that in the Mediterranean, during the Middle Ages, ...

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