Medieval glazed pottery from Caesarea

Krentz study collection. Red glazed sherd.


Krentz study collection. Red glazed sherd.


Krentz study collection. Red glazed sherd from Area C, 1972 field season. EA indicates that it was classified as Early Arab (Umayyad/Abbasid), but it more closely resembles Crusader red glaze. 7 mm wall thickness and 6 mm base thickness.



Krentz study collection. Base of a bowl with traces of sea green glaze.



Krentz study collection. Area C during 1972. Bowl with splash glaze on interior. 8 mm rim thickness and 5 mm body thickness.



Krentz study collection. Rim sherd of a bowl with splash glaze from Area C, 1971 field season. Rim diameter is approximately 30 mm. Rim thickness is 7 mm and body thickness is 6 mm.



Krentz study collection. Fragment of a bowl with yellow and brown glaze.



Krentz study collection. Fragment of a bowl with green glaze.



Krentz study collection. Fragment of a bowl with sea green glaze from Area C during 1971. 9 mm rim thickness and 9 mm body thickness.



Krentz study collection. Glazed sherd from Area C during 1971. Rim diameter is 9.1 cm. Rim thickness is 6 mm and body thickness is 9 mm.



Krentz study collection. Glazed sherd from Area C. 8 mm rim thickness and 6 mm body thickness.


Krentz study collection. White and green glazed base from Area C. Ring base that is 9.5 cm diameter. 8 mm base thickness and 6 mm wall thickness.


Krentz study collection. Bodysherd of a sgraffito bowl from Area C. Ring base with a diameter of 14 cm. 7 mm body thickness.



Krentz study collection. Bodysherd of a sgraffito bowl from Area C.



Krentz study collection. Light brown glaze bodysherd.



Krentz study collection. Green glazed bodysherd. MA indicates it was classified as Middle Arab during pottery reading.



Krentz study collection. Green glazed body sherd.



Krentz study collection. Glazed sherd from Area C.



Krentz study collection. Green glazed sgraffito bowl rimsherd. 4 mm thick rim and 5 mm body thickness.



Krentz study collection. Glazed sherd from Area C.




Krentz study collection. Splash glazed sherd.


Note: water was applied to the glaze surfaces to bring up the colors and designs.
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