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Further Reading

Beazley, J. D., The Development of Attic Black Figure (University of California Press, 1986)

Boardman, J., Athenian Red Figure Vases: The Archaic Period: A Handbook. (Thames and Hudson, 1975)

Kingery, W. D., "Attic Pottery Gloss Technology" in Archaeomaterials 5, 47-54 (1991)

Lapatin, K. (ed.). Papers on Special Techniques in Athenian Vases (Getty Publications, 2008)

Maniatis, Y., Aloupi, E., and Stalios, A. D., "New Evidence for the Nature of Attic Black Gloss" in Archaeometry 35, 23-34 (1993)

Noble, J. V. "Refiring Greek Vases" in American Journal of Archaeology 89, 515-516 (1985)

Noble, J. V., The Techniques of Painted Attic Pottery. (Thames and Hudson, 1988)

Papadopoulos, J. K., Ceramicus Redivivus: the early iron age potters' field in the area of the classical Athenian agora. Vol. Hesperia Suplemeny (Oxbow, 2003)

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