undergraduate thesis
Hellenistic relief pottery from the area of Dalmatia

Marina Milovac (2016)
Sveučilište u Zadru
Odjel za arheologiju
Metadata
TitleHelenistička reljefna keramika s područja Dalmacfije
AuthorMarina Milovac
Mentor(s)Igor Borzić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Glavna je tema ovog rada helenistička reljefna keramika s područja Dalmacije. Helenistička reljefna keramika najraširenija je vrsta keramike u kasnom helenističkom razdoblju. Ova vrsta keramike pojavila se u Ateni krajem 3. stoljeća pr. Kr. Za izradu koristio se jednodijelni kalup koji je bio u obliku poluloptaste posude s debljim stijenkama i širokim masivnim dnom. Radionice helenističke reljefne keramike poznate su u Grčkoj, južnoj Rusiji, južnoj Rumunjskoj, Makedoniji, Maloj Aziji i Italiji. Vodeći oblik tih radionica je poluloptasta zdjela. Helenistička reljefna keramika s prostora Dalmacije izdvojena je kao zasebna varijanta široke proizvodnje helenističke reljefne keramike diljem Mediterana. Na prostoru srednje Dalmacije, poluloptasta zdjela također je vodeći oblik unutar zastupljenog repertoara posuđa, a na prostoru Liburnije kao vodeći oblik dominira reljefni krater. Na prostoru Dalmacije, pronalaskom pripadajućih kalupa i helenističke reljefne keramike izdvojena su tri radionička središta Zadar, Resnik i Vis, a proizvodnja se datira u 2. i 1. stoljeće pr. Kr. Helenistička reljefna keramika pronalazi se u naseobinskim i grobnim kontekstima. Zadar, Nin, Resnik lokaliteti su koji potvrđuju naseobinski kontekst, a Nadin, Velika Mrdakovica i Gradina kod Dragišića lokaliteti su koji svjedoče o nalazima helenističke reljefne keramike unutar grobnih cjelina. Unutar helenističke reljefne keramike razlikujemo i reljefne posude s otisnutim imenima lončara Aristena i Sopatrosa pronađene u Resniku koje se povezuju s radionicama u Dirahiju. Nalazi helenističke reljefne keramike s područja Dalmacije pružaju nam mogućnost za proučavanje tipologije, izrade i dekoracije ove vrste keramike. Također, pomoću njih saznajemo više o helenizaciji i interesima za prostor Dalmacije.
KeywordsHellenistic relief pottery Dalmatia hemispherical bowl Liburnia relief krater Zadar Resnik Vis
Parallel title (English)Hellenistic relief pottery from the area of Dalmatia
Committee MembersDražen Maršić (committee chairperson)
Igor Borzić (committee member)
Silvia Bekavac (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zadru
Lower level organizational unitsOdjel za arheologiju
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
Archeology
Ancient Archeology
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeArchaeology
Academic title abbreviationuniv. bacc. archeol.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-23
Parallel abstract (English)
The main topic of this work is Hellenistic relief pottery from Dalmatia. Hellenistic relief pottery is the most widespread type of pottery in the late Hellenistic period. This type of ceramics appeared in Athens at the end of the 3rd century BC. One-piece hemispherical mould with thick walls and a broad massive bottom was used for making Hellenistic relief pottery. Workshops of Hellenistic relief pottery are known in Greece, southern Russia, southern Romania, Macedonia, Asia Minor and Italy. Hemispherical bowl is the dominant shape in those workshops. Hellenistic relief pottery from Dalmatia was singled out as a special variant of wide production of Hellenistic relief pottery throughout the Mediterranean. In middle Dalmatia, the dominant shape is also the hemispherical bowl, and in the area of Liburnia relief krater is the dominant shape. Zadar, Resnik and Vis are confirmed as workshops in Dalmatia by finding mould for making relief pottery, and the production in these workshops was dated in the 2nd and 1st century BC. Hellenistic relief pottery can be found in settlements and graves. Zadar, Nin, Resnik confirm the settlement contexts, and Nadin, Velika Mrdakovica and Gradina near Dragišić confirm the finds within grave contexts. Within the Hellenistic relief pottery we also differentiate relief pots with printed names of potters Aristen and Sopatros found in Resnik that are related with the workshops in Dirahij. The finds of Hellenistic relief pottery from Dalmatia give us the ability to study typology, production and decoration of this type of ceramics. Also, they give us the ability to learn more about Hellenization and interests for Dalmatia.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)helenistička reljefna keramika Dalmacija poluloptasta zdjela Liburnija reljefni krater Zadar Resnik Vis
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:901436
CommitterMarta Unković