Archaeology
  • Abstract
  • Abstract

    This book brings together contributions that approach the study of Attic vases in peripheral places of the Mediterranean from different perspectives. This work was necessary since both the geographical and chronological areas, fundamentally the 4th century BC, have traditionally been poorly studied, so this publication represents an advance in the knowledge of Attic ceramics and its presence in non-Greek societies. The different chapters deal with the three life processes of the ceramic object, from its production in Attica, its commercialization and distribution, and amortization in its final contexts, where they find new uses and new perspectives.