Materials Workshop recordings
The talks at July's Materials workshop, which was held at Wolfson College, are now available online at:
- Sasanian Glass - St John Simpson (British Museum)
- Mechanisms Underlying Early Islamic Glass Productions - Nadine Schibille (CNRS Orleans)
- Late Antique Glazed Wares: Ceramic Glazing Traditions and Cultural Interactions - Moujan Matin (University of Oxford)
- The Commodification of Ceramics During the Early Islamic Period - Seth Priestman (British Museum)
- What Do We Know About Crucible Steel in the Late Antique Era: Evidence and Origins? - Brian Gilmour (University of Oxford)
- Copper-based Metal Technologies at the End of Antiquity: Continuity and Change - Matthew Ponting (University of Liverpool)
- The Impact of Raw Material Supply on the Development of the Early Islamic Relief Carved Rock Crystal Industry (9–11th c.) - Elise Morero (University of Oxford)
- Early Byzantine, Sasanian and Near Eastern Silks: Design and Technical Cross-Currents as Symbols of Cultural Exchange - Anna Muthesius (University of Cambridge)*
- Sasanian Silk Textiles in Samite Weave– Their Origins and Afterlife - Hero Granger–Taylor (Independent scholar)
- The Technology of the Codex in Late Antiquity and its Sources - Georgios Boudalis (Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki)
* the audio recording of this talk is available, due to copyrighted images used on some of the slides. However, this paper will be published and made available by Dr Muthesius in due course.
Details of the original event can be found at: https://krc.web.ox.ac.uk/event/materials-and-technologies-in-the-age-of-...