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This front matter section of the book Pottery, Pavements, and Paradise: Iconographic and Textual Studies on Late Antiquity contains the table of contents, the preface, a list of abbreviations and the photo credits. The essays in the book occupy themselves particularly with the ambiguous territory in which Christian, pagan, and secular imagery and practices compete, coexist, and intermingle. Exploration of the iconography of African Red Slip Ware, the most significant late antique ceramic, is also a recurring theme. This ceramic interest has become a bridge between the authors' different professional fields and has turned into a kind of second career for both.

Keywords: African red slip ware; Christian; pagan; pottery



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