Keramika Sogda V – VII vekov kak istoriko-kul’turnyi pamiatnik (k metodike izucheniia keramicheskikh kompleksov) (Sogdian Pottery of the 5th– 7th c. as a Historical and Cultural Phenomenon [On the Methods of Study of Pottery]). B. I. Marshak.
Keramika Sogda V – VII vekov kak istoriko-kul’turnyi pamiatnik (k metodike izucheniia keramicheskikh kompleksov) (Sogdian Pottery of the 5th– 7th c. as a Historical and Cultural Phenomenon [On the Methods of Study of Pottery])
Keramika Sogda V – VII vekov kak istoriko-kul’turnyi pamiatnik (k metodike izucheniia keramicheskikh kompleksov) (Sogdian Pottery of the 5th– 7th c. as a Historical and Cultural Phenomenon [On the Methods of Study of Pottery])
Keramika Sogda V – VII vekov kak istoriko-kul’turnyi pamiatnik (k metodike izucheniia keramicheskikh kompleksov) (Sogdian Pottery of the 5th– 7th c. as a Historical and Cultural Phenomenon [On the Methods of Study of Pottery])

Keramika Sogda V – VII vekov kak istoriko-kul’turnyi pamiatnik (k metodike izucheniia keramicheskikh kompleksov) (Sogdian Pottery of the 5th– 7th c. as a Historical and Cultural Phenomenon [On the Methods of Study of Pottery])

St. Petersburg: Herm, 2012. sewn cl. The excavations in the late 1950s and early 1960s led by the author, the preeminent researcher in this area of Central Asia, occasioned discoveries in several spheres: first, Marshak defined the borders and contours of the Sogdian town of Penjikent in Central Asia; second, he found enough material to demonstrate the technical and artistic level of Sogdian ceramic work; and third, he was able to infer many details about everyday life, art, and culture. The author demonstrates that how ceramic finds can be an historical source rich in implications about craftsmanship, workshops and households, the use of pottery and its customers. 384 pp., 7 x 10 ins., 172 b-&-w illus. and line drawings, Rus. with title page and summary in ENGLISH. Item #503
ISBN: 9785935724542

Price: $85.00

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