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Painting and firing of late Etruscan votive terracottas

Söderlind, Martin LU and Trabska, J (2002) 7th Conference of the European Ceramic Society In Euro Ceramics VII 206-2. p.905-908
Abstract
Ancient Italic terracottas were painted before or after firing depending on their function, as suggested by previous analyses. However, concerning the votive terracottas, there seems to have been no anlayses carried out, suggesting either a fired or non fired paint. Methods and problems associated with an ongoing research on some votive terracottas from Tessennano in Southern Etruria are considered. A few preliminary results are considered as well.
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Votive deposit, Tuscania, clay minerals, Central Italy, dilatometer, Earth colour, Etruscan, Fourier infrared, spectrophotometry, Gandolfi technique, kaolinite, Macroscopical examination, ochres, Paint, -red, -white, black, progressive heating, Sarcophagus, Satricum, Terracottas, firing temperature. X-ray, -architectural, -votive, -funerary, lid statue, Tessennano, processes, thermal, firing, diffraction, X-ray, fluorescence
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Euro Ceramics VII
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206-2
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905 - 908
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Trans Tech Publications Ltd
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7th Conference of the European Ceramic Society
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1013-9826
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0-87849-882-6
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  abstract     = {Ancient Italic terracottas were painted before or after firing depending on their function, as suggested by previous analyses. However, concerning the votive terracottas, there seems to have been no anlayses carried out, suggesting either a fired or non fired paint. Methods and problems associated with an ongoing research on some votive terracottas from Tessennano in Southern Etruria are considered. A few preliminary results are considered as well.},
  author       = {Söderlind, Martin and Trabska, J},
  booktitle    = {Euro Ceramics VII},
  isbn         = {0-87849-882-6},
  issn         = {1013-9826},
  keyword      = {Votive deposit,Tuscania,clay minerals,Central Italy,dilatometer,Earth colour,Etruscan,Fourier infrared,spectrophotometry,Gandolfi technique,kaolinite,Macroscopical examination,ochres,Paint,-red,-white,black,progressive heating,Sarcophagus,Satricum,Terracottas,firing temperature. X-ray,-architectural,-votive,-funerary,lid statue,Tessennano,processes,thermal,firing,diffraction,X-ray,fluorescence},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {905--908},
  publisher    = {Trans Tech Publications Ltd},
  title        = {Painting and firing of late Etruscan votive terracottas},
  volume       = {206-2},
  year         = {2002},
}