Case Study: A Sample of Slip Painted Buff Ware to Treasury of Tehran BONYAD Museum
International Journal of Archaeology
Volume 4, Issue 4, July 2016, Pages: 36-43
Received: Apr. 29, 2016; Accepted: Jun. 8, 2016; Published: Jun. 23, 2016
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Najmeh Nouri, Faculty of Preservation and Restoration, Department of Archaeology, Isfahan University of Art, Isfahan, Iran
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Pottery production within Islamic lands including Iran in Samanid era went through profound changes. At this time, slip painted pottery is among the most beautiful and, at the same time, mysterious pottery in Islamic eras having various ornamental patterns. At museums and diverse collections of the world, there exist so many samples of this pottery kind, some of them having certificate and some have not been studied yet. At Treasury of Tehrn’s Bonyad Museum, a sample of slip painted Buff ware by a motif in the form of a man holding a cup is preserved that to date no information around it has been published. In this study, this object will be introduced. The study was conducted through a corresponding – descriptive method and its date collection was done by field and attributive method within which corresponding the object under study with certificated samples in other collections was done with the aim of introducing and answering to these two questions where and when the probable construction site and date of this pottery is. Finally, this result was achieved that this sample is among Nishapur’s productions and relating to the third and fourth centuries (LY).
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Slip Painted Buff Ware, Bonyad Museum, Nishapur, 3rd and 4th centuries (LY)
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Najmeh Nouri, Case Study: A Sample of Slip Painted Buff Ware to Treasury of Tehran BONYAD Museum, International Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 4, No. 4, 2016, pp. 36-43. doi: 10.11648/j.ija.20160404.11
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