A pottery firing kiln from the Copper Age settlement Stolniceni i (Edinet district, Republic of Moldova) and the production of pottery to the east from the Carpathians in IV millennium BC
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TERNA, Stanislav; RASSMANN, Knut; RUDI, Vitalii. A pottery firing kiln from the Copper Age settlement Stolniceni i (Edinet district, Republic of Moldova) and the production of pottery to the east from the Carpathians in IV millennium BC. In: Stratum plus. 2017, nr. 2, pp. 301-330. ISSN 1608-9057.
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Numărul 2 / 2017 / ISSN 1608-9057 /ISSNe 1857-3533

A pottery firing kiln from the Copper Age settlement Stolniceni i (Edinet district, Republic of Moldova) and the production of pottery to the east from the Carpathians in IV millennium BC


Pag. 301-330

Terna Stanislav1, Rassmann Knut2, Rudi Vitalii3
 
1 High Anthropological School,
2 Römisch-Germanische Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Institut, Frankfurt/Main,
3 Institute of Archeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
 
Disponibil în IBN: 27 iunie 2018


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The article publishes the find of a pottery burning complex investigated on the Cucuteni-Tripolye large settlement of Stolniceni I. The complex was composed of a dual-chambered updraught pottery kiln and a corresponding pit. The combustion chamber consisted of two parallel channels which were covered by clay slabs placed under the vessel to be burnt. One of such slabs was found in situ in the southern channel of the combustion chamber. After the kiln was no more in operation, it was filled and covered with fragmentary archaeological material including production waste from another kiln, which is possibly located nearby. The 14C analysis allowed us to date the kiln back to the beginning of the fourth millennium BC. After presenting the find from Stolniceni, we make an account of the available data on distribution and construction of dual-chambered kilns on Tripolye B2/C1 and C2 stages. Also, we discuss the problems of estimation of consumption and production of pottery on large sites and some of the perspectives for further research.

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Copper Age, Dual-chambered updraught kiln, Large settlement, Pottery making, Pottery production, Production volume, Prut-Dniester region,

Cucuteni-Tripolye culture, Eneolithic