Medieval ceramics made on a potter’s wheel of Murzaly in the Eastern Aral Sea region

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The article is devoted to the study of glazed and non-glazed medieval ceramics made on a potter’s wheel, the settlement of Murzaly in the territory of the Eastern Aral sea region. The features of its manufacturing technology, forms, ornamentation are highlighted, a comparative typology is carried out. The easel ceramics of the Murzaly settlement were made on a fast-spinning foot wheel and have pottery roasting. It is represented by ornamented and non-ornamented homas, pots, wide-necked and narrow-necked pots, jugs, bowls, dishes, bowls, mugs, lamps, etc. The easel ceramics of the Murzaly settlement are generally similar to the Khorezm XII-XIV centuries and refers to the time of the highest economic prosperity and political power of Khorezm.


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Elena B. Barinova

Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology RAS

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Email: BarinovaElena@rambler.ru
119991 Moscow, Leninsky Prospekt, 32 A

Ph.D.(in History), Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology

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