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The Cucuteni-Tripolye culture : study in technology and the origins of complex society

Author: Linda Ellis
Publisher: Oxford, England : B.A.R., 1984.
Series: BAR international series, 217.
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Through examining the changes in the ceramic technology of Pre-Cucuteni-Tripolye (Neolithic) through Chalcolithic Cucuteni-Tripolye culture, Ellis is able to show the beginings of ranked society. In the Neolithic pottery is made by individuals or individual households. With the Chalcolithic pottery begins to be painted and the designs and shapes become more standardized through time. As up-draught kilns are used,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ellis, Linda.
Cucuteni-Tripolye culture.
Oxford, England : B.A.R., 1984
(OCoLC)557893521
Online version:
Ellis, Linda.
Cucuteni-Tripolye culture.
Oxford, England : B.A.R., 1984
(OCoLC)608484149
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Ellis
ISBN: 0860542793 9780860542797
OCLC Number: 11385722
Description: x, 221 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Contents: Chapter I. Introduction : Technology and Society --
Chapter II. Origin and Development of the Late Neolithic-Chalcolithic Cultures Northwest of the Black Sea --
Chapter III. The Manufacturing Process --
Chapter IV. Conclusion : The Role of Technology in Socio-Economic Evolution.
Series Title: BAR international series, 217.
Responsibility: Linda Ellis.

Abstract:

Through examining the changes in the ceramic technology of Pre-Cucuteni-Tripolye (Neolithic) through Chalcolithic Cucuteni-Tripolye culture, Ellis is able to show the beginings of ranked society. In the Neolithic pottery is made by individuals or individual households. With the Chalcolithic pottery begins to be painted and the designs and shapes become more standardized through time. As up-draught kilns are used, ceramics can be consistently fired at high temperatures with a slow cool down creating stronger ceramics. Chalcolithic vessels also show evidence of being created on potter's wheels and often in separate pottery workshops. There is also a change in vessel shape and size (to large with narrow openings) which indicates more vessels were being used for food storage. All this indicates there were specialists that created the ceramics and this would only have been possible in a society that was at least begining to be stratified. Only Chalcolithic time periods were indexed for Outline of Cultural Materials (OCM) codes.

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