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This chapter deals with Early and Middle Slavic pottery from a broad geographical and chronological perspective. The pottery is part of an ideologically coloured dialogue about specialization and division of labour in the emerging Slavic states. The chapter also includes a presentation of the regional and chronological development of Late Slavic pottery. It also presents the development of Early and Middle Slavic pottery as a background to the Late Slavic tradition. It may seem exaggerated to begin the survey in Migration Period Europe in view of the fact that it is the Late Slavic pottery from the end of the tenth century that is interesting for the establishment of Baltic pottery in Scandinavia. At the close of the tenth century, the production of everyday pottery in the Slavic lands had a more permanent organization than that in Scandinavia.

Keywords: Baltic pottery; Middle Slavic pottery; Scandinavia



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