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Maltese ceramics and imperial foodways: an exploration of nineteenth-century red wares

Russell Palmer (UGent)
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The archaeological study of recent periods in Malta is in its infancy. Despite the high potential for an historical archaeology of Malta contributing to broader issues such as an understanding of Mediterranean trade and colonialism, as well as the cultural history of Malta, the archaeological resource has remained under-explored. The aim of this article is to address the situation and offer an initial classification and interpretation of local and imported red earthenware ceramics. It will demonstrate the need for such work in relation to answering questions relating to local production, international trade, and foodways.
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foodways., colonialism, British Empire, historical archaeology, Malta, Ceramics, POTTERY

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Palmer, Russell. 2014. “Maltese Ceramics and Imperial Foodways: An Exploration of Nineteenth-century Red Wares.” European Journal of Archaeology 17 (4): 678–701.
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Palmer, Russell. (2014). Maltese ceramics and imperial foodways: an exploration of nineteenth-century red wares. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY, 17(4), 678–701.
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Palmer R. Maltese ceramics and imperial foodways: an exploration of nineteenth-century red wares. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY. 2014;17(4):678–701.
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Palmer, Russell. “Maltese Ceramics and Imperial Foodways: An Exploration of Nineteenth-century Red Wares.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY 17.4 (2014): 678–701. Print.
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  abstract     = {The archaeological study of recent periods in Malta is in its infancy. Despite the high potential for an historical archaeology of Malta contributing to broader issues such as an understanding of Mediterranean trade and colonialism, as well as the cultural history of Malta, the archaeological resource has remained under-explored. The aim of this article is to address the situation and offer an initial classification and interpretation of local and imported red earthenware ceramics. It will demonstrate the need for such work in relation to answering questions relating to local production, international trade, and foodways.},
  author       = {Palmer, Russell},
  issn         = {1461-9571},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {678--701},
  title        = {Maltese ceramics and imperial foodways: an exploration of nineteenth-century red wares},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1461957114Y.0000000067},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2014},
}

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