Terracotta female protome, found in a tomb, Macri Langoni,  525-500 BC. Archaeological Museum of Rhodes. Image: Wikimedia Commons

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Dec 3, 2017


Approaching systems of production through coroplastic studies

19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology,
Bonn, Germany
22-26 May 2018

Panel 1. Coroplastic Workshops : characterization and functioning

MILLER AMMERMAN Rebecca, An Integrated Archaeometric Approach to the Study of Clay Sources, Coroplastic Technology, and Kilns at Metaponto, a Greek City-State in Southern Italy.

PAUTASSO Antonella, Neither kilns nor moulds. Indirect evidences for the reconstruction of a coroplastic workshop at Katane.

HUYSECOM-HAXHI Stéphanie, Les terres cuites figurées de Kirrha (Phocide) du VIe au IVe siècles avant J.-C. :caractérisation des productions et définition du faciès de l’atelier coroplathique kirrhéen.

SERWINT Nancy, The Terracotta Sculpture from Ancient Marion: Evidence for the Coroplasts’ Craft.

Panel 2 The Coroplast and his Craft : Production, Diffusion and Reception

SALAPATA Gina, Does size matter in terracotta serial production?

ALBERTOCCHI Marina, Terracotta figurines at Iasos, Karia: some observations on production and consumption.

IBBA Maria Adele, Modelli greci nella coroplastica della Sardegna tardo punica e romana (IV-II secolo a.C.).

BIZZARRO Geltrude, La coroplastica votiva del santuario settentrionale di Pontecagnano: l'evoluzione dell'artigianato locale in risposta alle esigenze devozionali.

Discussant: Jaimee UHLENBROCK