Iron Age

Mas de Moreno

An Iberian potter's workshop from the Late Iron Age.

Analyse de données de composition et identification des altérations géochimiques des matériaux céramiques

[In French] This study proposes a first comparison between ceramic materials and unfired potsherds found in the same archaeological context from the late Iron Age. Our results highlight the importance of proper analysis of compositional data and the relevance of the methodological advances following J. Aitchison's (1986) work.

On Some Iberian Unfired Pottery Sherds from the Late Iron Age (Second Century BC)

Ceramic firing, by giving artefacts both their mechanical properties and part of the final aesthetic features, appears to be a critical stage in pottery production. Several stages of production can be restored from finished products or structures …

Los hornos del alfar Ibero Romano de Mas de Moreno (Foz-Calanda, Teruel): Balance de 10 años de investigación

Choix et trajectoires techniques dans le domaine ibérique à la fin de l'Âge du Fer : La cuisson des matériaux céramiques dans la vallée de l'Èbre (IIIe-Ier s. av. J.-C.)

L'objet de la présente étude relève d'une approche technologique du domaine ibérique à la fin de l'Âge du Fer. L'orientation donnée à notre étude est celle d'un intérêt porté à l'origine d'une innovation : les pratiques de cuisson de la céramique …

Particle-size distribution of Iberian unfired potsherds from the Late Iron Age

This data set contains 38 particle-size distributions (PSD) of unfired potsherds from the Iberian workshop of the Mas de Moreno (Teruel, Spain). The distributions were obtained by laser diffraction.

WDXRF analysis of Iberian potsherds from the Late Iron Age

This data set contains 99 chemical analyses of ceramic potsherds from the Iberian workshop of the Mas de Moreno (Teruel, Spain). The chemical composition of the samples was obtained by wavelength-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (WDXRF).

WDXRF analysis of Iberian unfired potsherds from the Late Iron Age

This data set contains 15 chemical analyses of unfired potsherds from the Iberian workshop of the Mas de Moreno (Teruel, Spain). The chemical composition of the samples was obtained by wavelength-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (WDXRF).