C H E SHM E H ALI W AR E : A P AINT E D C E RAMI C TRADITION IN TH E IRANIAN C E NTRAL P LAT E AU – TAASA Review September 2010
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Edna Wong C eramics are one of the oldest technologies of ancient Iranian civilization.
Early ceramics were hand-made and decorated with simple geometric patterns or even smudges of paint.
In the Central Plateau of northern Iran, some of the earliest painted ceramics were found in Tepe Sialk (modern Kashan)...