Small Vessels, Great Significance: 16th century portuguese fine redware from the Hospital Real de Todos-os-Santos, Lisbon

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Abstract

The archaeological works carried out in Praça da Figueira, Lisbon, between 1999 e 2001 allowed the recognition of diverse contexts of the Hospital Real de Todosos-Santos, in particular two hydraulic structures: one equivalent to the filling of a medieval oval well belonging to the vegetable-garden of the Dominican Convent, later reused by the hospital, and the other one recognised in the NE cloister internal perimeter. The study deals with this two material contexts, analising Portuguese fine redware productions, comparing these small vessels and trying to achieve their significance in this public building.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventCongress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics. - Atenas, Greece
Duration: 21 Oct 201828 Oct 2018
Conference number: 12
http://aiecm3athens2018.arch.uoa.gr

Conference

ConferenceCongress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics.
CountryGreece
CityAtenas
Period21/10/1828/10/18
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Keywords

  • Archaeology
  • Historical Archaeology
  • Pottery (Archaeology)
  • Material Culture Studies
  • Urbanism (Archaeology)
  • Early Modern Europe
  • 16th Century (History)
  • Portuguese Archaeology
  • Material Culture
  • Arqueología
  • Lisbon (Portugal)
  • Archeologia Postmedievale

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