By lourdes dominguez.

En Arqueología colonial cubana, l. a. autora
presenta dos trabajos de los angeles temática arqueo-
lógica realizados en sitios cuya datación abar-
ca los angeles etapa histórica colonial en nuestro país.
El primer trabajo. «La casa de los angeles Obrapia o
de Calvo de l. a. Puerta». hace un análisis de
este sitio colonial que se encuentra encla-
vado en los angeles Habana Vieja, donde se han
realizado varias etapas de excavación. en-
contrándose materiales cerámicos muy im-
portantes, los cuales han permitido hacer
un estudio sobre los angeles mayólica española de
los siglos XVI y XVII. l. a. mayólica mexicana
del XVlll y los angeles porcelana oriental contempo-
ránea.
El segundo trabajo, «El Yayal». es un sitio
arqueológico de transculturación ¡ndohispá-
nica de grandes proporciones. ubicado en el
área holguinera; en el lugar se han encon-
trado objetos que pueden clasificarse como
transculturados. asi como elementos en el
ajuar indígena que denotan una convivencia
bastante dilatada entre españoles y abori-
genes. Este caso es único, hasta el momen-
to. en las Antillas. Los dos trabajos tienen
una amplia bibliografía y algunas ilustra-
ciones.

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Stapleton, C. , Freestone, I. C. and Bowman, S. G. E. (1999) Composition and origin of early medieval opaque red enamel from Britain and Ireland. Journal of Archaeological Science 26, 913–921. , Pradell, T. and Shortland, A. (2008) Discovery, production and use of tin-based opacifiers in glasses, enamels and glazes from the late Iron Age onwards: a reassessment. Archaeometry 50, 67–84. 4 The vessel glass assemblage from Anglo-Saxon occupation at West Heslerton, North Yorkshire Rose Broadley Introduction West Heslerton is an Anglo-Saxon settlement site located near Malton in North Yorkshire, and excavated between 1986 and 1995.

More recently, between 1993 and 2007, English Heritage archaeologists have undertaken a number of excavations on the Headland outside the monastic area (Hunter et al. 2005). The majority of these excavations were in response to the continuing rapid erosion of the cliff edge at Whitby. Excavations in 2002 and 2007 included a trench near the cliff edge and to the north east of the Abbey ruins. Although much had been destroyed by medieval ploughing, the surviving archaeological evidence showed that the Headland was occupied in the Anglian period (7th–9th centuries) as well as in the late Iron Age.

Fig. 10: Valsgärde bowl fragment, band of reticella decoration (HP12AD650AI). Fig. 8: Deep pink-purple claw fragment (HP11AD42AM), appearing opaque and black in reflected light. Fig. 11: ‘Black’ bowl rim sherd (HP12AB782AD). 4 The vessel glass assemblage from Anglo-Saxon occupation at West Heslerton, North Yorkshire information to do this will be presented as case studies in my doctoral thesis. The site and its landscape This site at West Heslerton appears to be unusual amongst those in England that have produced contemporary vessel glass assemblages of similar size and variety.

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