Changes in the production and use of pottery from the Early Neolithic to the ‘secondary products revolution’: some evidence from LN Makriyalos, Northern Greece

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  • Dimitrios Vlachos Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.29.10

Keywords:

Neolithic, Thessaly, pottery use, production, function, discard

Abstract

Recent developments in pottery studies have altered the way archaeologists handle and interpret prehistoric pottery. The technology and use of pottery, the symbolic and social meaning of the pot are considered as anthropological phenomena, the products of human action. Excavations at Late Neolithic Makriyalos offered the opportunity to explore from a new perspective several aspects of neolithic society in Greece in terms of the use, function, distribution and discard of pottery.

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Published

22.12.2002

How to Cite

Vlachos, D. (2002). Changes in the production and use of pottery from the Early Neolithic to the ‘secondary products revolution’: some evidence from LN Makriyalos, Northern Greece. Documenta Praehistorica, 29, 119–126. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.29.10

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