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Ancient Egyptian Ceramics __ "Pottery in ancient Egypt stretches as far back as the Predynastic periods. Indeed, some of the finest examples of ancient Egyptian pottery predate the pyramids."  A brief but concise overview of ancient Egyptian ceramics. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Ceramics __ A general look at Egyptian ceramics though the examples shown seem to be modern reproductions. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Faience __ "Over a thousand years before glass was first created, people in the Nile River valley created a beautiful material called faience." A good overview and resources. - illustrated - From -

ancient egyptian faience __ A commercial gallery of ancient Egyptian faience.  Pieces are offered for sale or have already been sold but a great way to view a variety of examples. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Pottery __Good general overview of Egyptian pottery. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Pottery __ You will find general information about ancient Egyptian pottery such as materials and glazing. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Pottery __ "The Egyptians made two kinds of pottery--the one, ordinary soft pottery; the other, a coarse, gritty compound, loose in its character and lacking cohesion, sandy, easily crumbled, very white, but always covered with a strong glaze or enamel." - illustrated - From -


Ancient Egyptian Pottery - Ancient Egyptian Pottery and Ceramics __ A gallery of ancient Egyptian pottery and ceramics. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Pottery,Ancient Egypt Pottery __ "There is an international classification system for classifying Egyptian pottery known as the Vienna System. Egyptian pottery may be divided into two categories; Nile silt ware and the whitish marl."  Learn about the classifications and a bit of Rgyptian pottery history. - illustrated - From -

Ancient Egyptian Pottery and History __ A general look at Egyptian pottery. - From -

Ancient Egyptian Pottery: pottery types from ancient Egypt __ A general look at Egyptian pottery  Use the links on the left for a good tour of Egyptian pottery from history to images. - illustrated -From - 

Category:Ancient Egyptian pottery __ Index of articles and images of ancient Egyptian pottery found in Wikimedia.  Scroll below the index to find gallery. - illustrated - From - 


Egypt: Egyptian Faience __ No page about Egyptian pottery and ceramics would be complete without information about Egyptian Faience. Faience is a glazed non-clay ceramic material or silica, composed of crushed quartz or sand, with small amounts of lime, and either natron or plant ash. While not pottery, it is still a ceramic. You will find a general overview. - illustrated - From -

Egyptian faience __ "Faience, like other ceramic materials, but unlike glass or metals, is unsuitable for recycling—even the earliest faience objects like simple beads can survive millennia intact." Brief encyclopedic article. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Egyptian Pottery - Ageless Beauty __ "Whether you appreciate history as much as the next guy or gal or not is not as important as whether or not you appreciate beauty. The ancient Egyptians had beauty down to a science rather than an art when it came to creating beautiful pieces of pottery." Interesting article. - From -

Egyptian Pottery - History for Kids! __ An introduction to ancient Egyptian pottery for the younger set. - illustrated - From - 

Eternal Egypt - Pottery Containers Used for Holding Liquids __ Whether containing liquids, or not, an overview of the history and evolution of Egyptian ceramics. - From - 

The Pottery of Ancient Egypt __ "Pottery was produced by the ancient Egyptians from early a very early period. It represents an important record and source of analysis for understanding vary archaic periods, but until relatively recently, Dynastic period pottery was of less interest to Egyptologists." - illustrated - From InterCity Oz, Inc. -

Pottery in Egypt __ Excellent galleries of Egyptian pottery from pre-history into the Islamic Period. Many click-to-enlarge images. - From University College London -

TOWARDS AN AMS RADIOCARBON CHRONOLOGY OF PREDYNASTIC EGYPTIAN CERAMICS __ Gee, I wish they wouldn't shout like that.  But here is an important and detailed paper about the dating of Predynastic Egyptian pottery.  A PDF file - illustrated - From / Stephen H Savage -

Vienna System __ "The Vienna System refers to a widely-accepted and influential schema of visual classification for Ancient Egyptian Pottery" A smattering of information and links to related topics. - From - 


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