This article presents and discusses an assemblage of Early Islamic pottery excavated at the site of Gir-e Gomel, in Iraqi Kurdistan. The thorough publication of a corpus of pottery from a well-defined chronological horizon aims to contribute to a better understanding of the ceramic types used in the northern regions of the Early Islamic caliphate, and to the identification of regional patterns of circulation and consumption.

An Early Islamic pottery assemblage from Gir-e Gomel, Kurdistan (Iraq)

Cristina Tonghini
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This article presents and discusses an assemblage of Early Islamic pottery excavated at the site of Gir-e Gomel, in Iraqi Kurdistan. The thorough publication of a corpus of pottery from a well-defined chronological horizon aims to contribute to a better understanding of the ceramic types used in the northern regions of the Early Islamic caliphate, and to the identification of regional patterns of circulation and consumption.
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