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From clay pits to waste dumps : the business with African Red Slip Ware

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African Red Slip Ware was produced on a massive scale from the first until the seventh century AD in the provinces of modern-day Tunisia, Algeria, and Libya. Made in Africa but traded to and consumed in the whole Mediterranean basin and regions far beyond, African tableware offers enormous potential for the study of all stages of production, distribution, and consumption. Reconstructing these stages relies on good knowledge of individual production sites, first and foremost by the characteristics of their tableware output, combining typo-chronological, stylistic, macroscopic, and fabric features.

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MLA
Hasenzagl, Carina. “From Clay Pits to Waste Dumps : The Business with African Red Slip Ware.” TMA. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR MEDITERRANE ARCHEOLOGIE, vol. 33, no. 66, 2022, pp. 33–39.
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Hasenzagl, C. (2022). From clay pits to waste dumps : the business with African Red Slip Ware. TMA. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR MEDITERRANE ARCHEOLOGIE, 33(66), 33–39.
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Hasenzagl, Carina. 2022. “From Clay Pits to Waste Dumps : The Business with African Red Slip Ware.” TMA. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR MEDITERRANE ARCHEOLOGIE 33 (66): 33–39.
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Hasenzagl, Carina. 2022. “From Clay Pits to Waste Dumps : The Business with African Red Slip Ware.” TMA. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR MEDITERRANE ARCHEOLOGIE 33 (66): 33–39.
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Hasenzagl C. From clay pits to waste dumps : the business with African Red Slip Ware. TMA TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR MEDITERRANE ARCHEOLOGIE. 2022;33(66):33–9.
IEEE
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C. Hasenzagl, “From clay pits to waste dumps : the business with African Red Slip Ware,” TMA. TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR MEDITERRANE ARCHEOLOGIE, vol. 33, no. 66, pp. 33–39, 2022.
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  author       = {{Hasenzagl, Carina}},
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  title        = {{From clay pits to waste dumps : the business with African Red Slip Ware}},
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  volume       = {{33}},
  year         = {{2022}},
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