G. Bibliography


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    "On the Argument from Ceramics to History: A Challenge Based on Evidence from Medieval Nubia", Current Anthropology 20/4 (1979)
2.   Allan, James
    Medieval Middle Eastern Pottery. Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, 1971)
3.   Allan, James
    "Abu-l’Qasim’s Treatise on Ceramics", Iran 11 (1973) 111-120
4.   Allan, James
    Islamic Ceramics. Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, 1991)
5.   Caiger-Smith, Alan
    Tin-Glaze Pottery. (London, 1973)
6.   Caiger-Smith, Alan
    Lustre Pottery. (London, 1991)
7.   Féhérvari, Geza
    Islamic Pottery: a comprehensive study based on the Barlow collection. (London, 1973)
8.   Grübe, Ernst J.
    "Rakka Keramik in the Metropolitan Museum of New York," Kunst des Orients IV (1963) 42-78
9.   Hillenbrand, Carole
    "The History of the Jazira, 1100-1250: A Short Introduction", in: J.Raby ed., The Art of Syria and the Jazira, Oxford Studies in Islamic Art 1 (1985) 9-20
10.   Jenkins, Marilyn
    "Early Medieval Islamic Pottery: The Eleventh Century Reconsidered", Muqarnas 9 (1992)
11.   Kennedy, Hugh
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12.   Lane, Arthur
    Early Islamic Pottery. (London, 1947)
13.   Mason, Robert B.
    Islamic Glazed Pottery: 700-1250. D.Phil. Thesis, University of Oxford, 1994.
14.   Mason, Robert B.
    "Defining Syrian Stonepaste: Ceramic Petrographic Analysis of Pottery from Ma’arrat al-Nu’man", in: J.W. Allan ed., Islamic Art in the Ashmolean, Oxford Studies in Islamic Art 10, part 2 (1995) 1-18
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    "Medieval Syrian Lustre-painted and Associated Wares: Typology in a Multidisciplinary Study", Levant 29 (1997) 169-200
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    "Rakka," in: Encyclopaedia of Islam, 2nd Ed., volume 8 (1995) 410-414
17.   Porter, Venetia
    Medieval Syrian Pottery. Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, 1981)
18.   Porter, Venetia & Watson, Oliver
    " 'Tell Minis' Wares" in J.W. Allan and C. Roberts edd., Syria and Iran. Three studies in Medieval Ceramics, Oxford Studies in Islamic Art 4 (1987) 175-221
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    "Tessonds de Rakka", Ars Islamica xiii-xiv (1948) 31-45
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    "The problem of Saljuq monochrome wares", in: J.W. Allan ed., Islamic Art in the Ashmolean, Oxford Studies in Islamic Art 10, part 2 (1995) 85-116
21.   Willis, D.
    Eastern Ceramics and other works of art from the collection of Gerald Reitlinger. Ashmolean Museum (Oxford,1981)
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