Archaeology of consumption in Ottoman urban centres: the case study of Iznik ware from the Belgrade Fortress in the 16th and 17th centuries
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This article advocates a holistic approach to consumption studies in the urban centres of the Middle Danube region during the Ottoman period (16th-17th centuries) using the example of Iznik ware from the Belgrade Fortress. Combined results of archaeological and scientific research provide insight into regional consumption patterns, which is important for the understanding of cultural variability across the Ottoman Empire. This work emphasizes the importance of contextualized studies of archaeological ceramics in the development of post-medieval archaeology.
Source:Post-Medieval Archaeology, 2017, 51, 1, 132-144
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