O Comércio Medieval de Cerâmicas Importadas em Lisboa: O caso da Rua das Pedras Negras Nºs 21-28

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Abstract

An extensive archaeological excavation occurred between 1991 and 1998 in Rua das Pedras Negras, Lisbon, but data remains mainly unpublished. The authors publish and describe the assemblage of medieval imported pottery dating from late 13th to 14th centuries, turning back to the theme already previously treated (Silva et al., forthcoming). Productions include fabrics originated in Valencia, Seville and Granada, Saintonge (≪polychrome≫, ≪highly decorated≫, plain and ≪mottled≫), North French (≪highly decorated≫), Flemish (from Brugesand perhaps Antwerp), English (London) and, eventually, the Low Countries. The overall assemblage demonstrates that ceramic productions exported through Bordeaux and La Rochelle harbours are predominant over the remaining, and quantity and diversity are symptomatic of high acquisition capacity verified by Lisboners between the reigns of Afonso III and Pedro I, as well as of the chief role played by Lisbon in the network of commercial maritime relations then established between Portugal and the north Atlantic European facade.
Original languagePortuguese
Pages1523-1538
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventII Congresso de Arqueologia da Associação dos Arqueólogos Portugueses : Arqueologia em Portugal: 2017 – Estado da Questão - AAP, FLUL e NOVA/FCSH, Lisboa, Portugal
Duration: 22 Nov 201726 Nov 2017
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Conference

ConferenceII Congresso de Arqueologia da Associação dos Arqueólogos Portugueses
CountryPortugal
CityLisboa
Period22/11/1726/11/17
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Keywords

  • Middle Ages
  • 13th-14th centuries
  • Medieval Commerce
  • Medieval Pottery
  • Lisbon

Cite this

Silva, R. B. D., Bargão, A., Ferreira, S. I. D. C., & Oliveira, F. (2017). O Comércio Medieval de Cerâmicas Importadas em Lisboa: O caso da Rua das Pedras Negras Nºs 21-28. 1523-1538. Paper presented at II Congresso de Arqueologia da Associação dos Arqueólogos Portugueses , Lisboa, Portugal.