CERAMIC STUDY GROUP, NSW – TAASA Review March 2022
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Earthenware in Asia A 3 part Zoom series which explored some facets of the development of earthenware in Asia: 5 October 2021 Earthenware in Southeast Asia -An Overview of its History John Miksic took us on a broad survey of earthenwares which began some 8000 years ago in SE Asia.
He stressed that although historically earthenware is the most common form of pottery, it is a relatively neglected subject of study compared to glazed wares and that further study would provide more in-depth insight into the socio-cultural lives of the people of this varied region.
John showed examples of various types of earthenwares from across mainland and archipelago S.E...