Byzantine Pottery (9th -11th c) at the Bottom of Black Sea
URI, GSO, URI Institute for Archaeological Oceanography
(Last visit: 27/6/2008)
Cargo wreck containing ceramic jars dating to the 9-11th centuries A.D. found along the trade route between Constantinople and Chersonesos on the Crimean Peninsula. Image courtesy of the Institute for Exploration, the University of Rhode Island (URI) Graduate School of Oceanography (GSO), and the URI Institute for Archaeological Oceanography.
Pottery and Glass in Byzantium
Véronique François, JeanMichel Spieser
(Last visit: 28/11/2011)
Chapter from The Economic History of Byzantium, ed. A. Laiou (Washington DC 2002), from the Dumbarton Oaks e-texts.