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Pottery and Porcelain

"Pottery and Porcelain" Article - Table of Contents

Part 1. Pottery and Porcelain
Introduction.
Prehistoric.
Ancient Egyptian.
Assyrian.
Phoenician and Other Archaic Classes.

Greek.
Prehistoric and Etruscan in Italy.
Graeco-Roman and Roman.
Persian and Moslem.

Part 2. Pottery and Porcelain (cont.)
Teutonic, Saxon and Gaulish.
Mediaeval and Modern Italian.
Spanish and Portuguese.
French from 16th to 18th Century.
Mediaeval German, Dutch, etc.
English from 16th Century.
Pottery and Porcelain of China and Japan.

Porcelain in Europe.
Further Reading.



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