Contribution to Book
The brief remarks and the detailed catalogue presented below, along with the author's forthcoming (a) re-study of the discoveries of the British expedition to Enkomi, supplement and update the author's 2002 study of the marked pottery found at Enkomi. In both cases, it is more a matter of adding, refining, and correcting than significantly changing the observations presented in the earlier paper. But even though they are not headline-grabbing, these contributions are important in that they add to the gradually accumulating evidence for marked vases in circulation in Late Bronze Age Cyprus. Because we cannot (yet) 'read' the marks directly and must still rely on their patterns of occurrence in order to decipher their meaning(s), each new piece of evidence, or each piece of known evidence now more clearly defined, sharpens the patterns.
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Hirschfeld, N. (2011). Potters' marks and potmarks. In V. Karageorghis (Ed.), Enkomi: The Excavations of Porphyrios Dikaios 1948-1958, Supplementary Catalogue of Finds (pp. 42-58). Nicosia: A.G. Leventis Foundation.
Enkomi: The Excavations of Porphyrios Dikaios 1948-1958, Supplementary Catalogue of Finds