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Crimean Ceramic Trade During the Anatolian Seljuk Period and the Craftsmen Migration Mobility on the Example of Komana
Ceramic is used with different functions in daily life as a storage and service container. It is also known that they are used as ornaments. Ceramics consisting of different types of vessels such as bowls, plates, cubes, jugs reflect the daily life, socio-economic structure, trade and cultural interaction in a region. Ceramic masters, who produce with the master-apprentice relationship, are in interaction with the regions they migrated to and produce in, as well as their cultural background. Conquests were made, new cities were established, and underdeveloped regions began to develop in The Anatolian Seljuk period. In this period, while struggles with Byzantium continued, at the same time, migrations began to the conquered regions. Along with these migrations, the Ahi community, including ceramic masters, ensured that the daily needs of the people were met. It is thought that the masters in the Ahi organization are divided into different groups as production for daily life and trade. It is estimated that these masters migrated to different regions according to the conquest and development of new regions and the dynamism in trade routes. In our study, the reasons for the migration of ceramic masters and the possible migration of ceramic masters to Crimea in the period following the collapse of the Anatolian Seljuk state will be discussed.

Ceramic, Anatolia Seljuks, Crafter, Medieval, Crimea

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    Karadeniz Araştırmaları "72. Sayı" yayınlandı

    Karadeniz Araştırmaları 72. sayı yayınlandı

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