International Workshop

Definitive Programme: “Glaze technology in the Western Mediterranean: Islamic and Christian traditions” 25th January 2018. Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias “González Martí”, Valencia (Spain)

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International Workshop

Glaze Technology in the Western Mediterranean: Islamic and Christian traditions

January 25th 2018

Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias “González Martí” de Valencia

C/ Poeta Querol, 2   46002 Valencia

 

Free Registration: maria.elena.salinas@upc.edu

Organisers: Jaume Coll (MNC), Elena Salinas (UPC)

Scientific Committee: Trinitat Pradell (UPC), Judit Molera (UVic)

 

Session 1  (Chair: Carmen Ting)

9:00         Welcome and Introduction

Jaume Coll

9:15         Las llamadas cerámicas vidriadas espesas o cerámicas vidriadas pre-emirales: nuevos datos a partir del estudio de los recipientes cerámicos de la Vega Baja de Toledo

Yolanda Peña (UNED), Virginia García-Entero (UNED), Eva Zarco

9:35         De vidrios y vidriados: revisando la cerámica vidriada de El Tolmo de Minateda

Victoria Amorós and Sonia Gutiérrez (Univ. Alicante)

9:55         El uso del vidriado en el Gharb al-Andalus y su lenta difusión

Grupo CIGA. Susana Gómez (Mértola) and M. José Gonçalves (Silves)

10:15       Emergence et évolution des céramiques glacurées au Maroc

Ihssane Serrat (INSAP, Rabat) & Abdallah Fili (El Jadida)

10:35       The source of Calcium and Phosphorous on the Islamic glazed ceramic recovered in the town port of Mértola (Portugal) 

Massimo Beltrame (Évora), Susana Gómez (Mértola), José Mirão (Évora)

11:00       Tea Break

Session 2  (Chair: Susana Gómez)

11:30       Fours pour la préparation des matériaux destinés aux glaçures des céramiques

Jacques Thiriot (CNRS, LA3M, Aix-en-Provence)

11:50       La producción cerámica en Granada entre la época medieval y la moderna. Los talleres del Secano de la Alhambra a la luz de las recientes excavaciones arqueológicas

Alberto García Porras (Univ. Granada), Chloe Duckworth (Univ. Newcastle), Kate Welham, David Govantes, Moisés Alonso, Jesús Bermúdez, Mª del Carmen Jiménez, Eleonora Montanari, Ben Moore, Juan M. Ríos

12:10       Hornos y producciones cerámicas vidriadas andalusíes del complejo alfarero de “Ollerías” (Córdoba)

Laura Aparicio (Univ. Córdoba)

12:30       Técnicas decorativas vidriadas en las producciones cerámicas de Málaqa (siglos IX-XV)

Carmen Íñiguez (Málaga)

12:50       Glaze technology from the other side of the Mediterranean: a case study of the Cypriot glazed tableware during the 13th to 16th centuries AD

Carmen Ting (Univ. Cyprus)

Session 3: Posters

13:15       A yellow Palermitan glazed ware: the giallo di Palermo

Viva Sacco (UMR Orient & Méditerranée) and Veronica Testolini (Univ. Sheffield)

13:20       Familias y técnicas en cerámica vidriada en arrabales occidentales de Madinat Qurtuba (siglos IX-XI)

Cristina Camacho and Rafael Valera (Córdoba)

13:25       Vidriados emirales y califales de la Vega de Granada (ss. IX-XII)

José C. Carvajal López (Leicester University/UCL-Qatar)

13:30       The glazed ceramics from the proto-Islamic phase of Castello-San Pietro Palermo (IX-X century): first results of the SEM analysis and research lines

Verónica Testolini (Univ. Sheffield), Alessandra Bagnera (Rome), Lucia Arcifa (Univ. Catania)

13:35       The first glaze production centres in al-Andalus (late 9th-early 10th centuries): Pechina, Cordoba and Malaga

Elena Salinas and Trinitat Pradell (UPC)

13:45       Lunch

Session 4  (Chair: Alberto García Porras)

15:30       Pottery production in Sagunto between the late Caliphate and the early taifa period

Marta Caroscio (Firenze)

15:50       The development of a typology for the Majolica products from Barcelona and València between 13th and 18th centuries. A Compositional EDMA approach

Eva Miguel, Mireia Pinto, Marisol Madrid, Jaume Buxeda (UB)

16:10       Apuntes sobre la producción vidriada de Almazan (Soria) del siglo XVIII

Manuel Retuerce and Paula Garrido (UCM)

16:30       Analysing blues: new approaches on the use of blue pigments in majolica

Cristina Fernández de Marcos, Judith Peix, Marisol Madrid, Jaume Buxeda (UB)

16:50       Catalan blue ceramics (17th-18th centuries)

Judit Molera (UVic) and Trinitat Pradell (UPC)

17:00       Tea Break

Session 5: Posters

17:30       La cerámica vidriada y polícroma verde y negro de los pecios islámicos de Provenza entre finales del siglo IX y principios del X

               Catherine Richarté-Manfredi (INRAP, Univ. Lyon 2)

17:35       Glazed Ceramic in Southern Tuscany: technological manufacturing

Arianna Briano and Cristina Fornacelli (Univ. Siena)

17:40       Glazed pottery production in Eastern Sicily: petrographic, chemical and mineralogical analyzes on Paternò’s products (CT)

Michelangelo Messina, Lucia Arcifa, Paolo Mazzoleni (Univ. Catania)

17:45       Los vedríos melados en la cerámica bajomedieval sevillana

Pilar Lafuente (Sevilla)

17:50       Characterization of Medieval and Modern glazes from archaeological sites in Logroño and Najera

Estefanía Calparsoro (UPV/EHU), Carlos Merino-Morales (Berlín), Teresa Angulo (Logroño), Fernando Porres (Logroño), Javier Ceniceros (Nájera), Javier G. Iñañez (UPV/EHU)

17:55       The blue ceramic from Manises’ Obradors quarter: technology of production

Judit Molera (UVic), Jaume Coll (MNC Valencia), Trinitat Pradell (UPC)

18:00       Pottery production in Late Medieval Lisbon (Portugal): archaeometrical characterization of ceramics from Mouraria workshops

Javier G. Iñañez (UPV/EHU), André Teixeira (Univ. Nova Lisboa), António Valongo, Estefania Calparsoro, Gorka Arana, Elisabete Conceição, Joana Torres, Rodrigo Banha da Silva

18:15       Presentation of WMGlaze data base (IGATO and TecInvArt projects)

E. Salinas, T. Pradell, J. Molera

18:20       Concluding remarks: Trinitat Pradell and Elena Salinas

18:30       Visit to the Collection of Museo Nacional de Cerámica (dir. Jaume Coll)

20:30       Dinner (for those who have pre-booked) at a local restaurant.

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