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Ceramic productions and human interactions during the Early Bronze Age in northern Iberia

Abstract: The Early Bronze Age ceramic collection found into the caves of La Llana and El Toral III inAsturias (Spain) presents common decoration such as that found in the centre of CantabrianSpain from the same period, which resembles others found in the Ebro Valley and AtlanticEurope. Therefore, the main objective of this study it is to identify the raw material originand understand the pottery production process during the Early Bronze Age in the Cantabrianregion. A methodological approach based on the chemical and mineralogical analysis ofvessels and experimentally fired clay samples collected all over the centre of this region wasdeveloped. Furthermore, the post?depositional processes affecting the sherds? compositionwas evaluated by employing the rare earth elements as markers. The results showed that thestudied assemblage has important similarities with the raw materials of the surrounding area,which supports the hypothesis of a regional mobility

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 Autoría: Vega Maeso C., Gallello G., Palmero S., Ferrari B., Sánchez Carro M., González Morales M.R., Gutiérrez Zugasti I., Ramacciotti M., Pastor A.,

 Fuente: Archaeometry, 63, 1 (2021) 68-87

Editorial: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

 Año de publicación: 2021

Nº de páginas: 20

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.1111/arcm.12605

ISSN: 0003-813X,1475-4754

Proyecto español: HAR2016-5605-R

Autores/as

VEGA MAESO, CRISTINA

GALLELLO, GIANNI

PALMERO, SUSANA

FERRARI, BEGOÑA

RAMACCIOTTI, MIRCO

PASTOR, AGUSTÍN