Ordinary tables. Post-medieval pottery from the Ravenna countryside as an archaeological and social indicator: new evidence from the castle of Bagnara di Romagna (circa 16th-18th century).
Paraules clau:post-medieval archaeology, ceramics, material culture studies, medieval castles, ravenna
The present study aims at providing an overall picture of the post-medieval ceramic assemblage recovered from the castle of Bagnara di Romagna (Ravenna), in the course of archaeological investigations conducted by the local Superintendency in the early 2000s. In this respect, the main purpose of the paper is to investigate matters related to pottery circulation and consumption in a rather peripheral area of the province of Ravenna, nonetheless close to important trade routes, given its vicinity to Faenza and Imola.