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The Role of Ceramics in Spain and Spanish America during the 16th Century

Bonnie G. McEwan
Historical Archaeology
Vol. 26, No. 1, The Archaeology of the Spanish Colonial and Mexican Republican Periods (1992), pp. 92-108
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25616146
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The Role of Ceramics in Spain and Spanish America during the 16th Century
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Abstract

Using archaeological and historical data, this study examines the various functions of ceramics in Spain during the 16th century and compares a ceramic assemblage from Seville to those from several contemporaneous New World Spanish colonies. The patterned differences between the ceramics recovered from the Old and New World sites are thought to reflect differences in the environment, economy, and demography of the various sites.

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