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1200 respectively, noting that their bacini must be contemporary with the construction of the churches (Megaw 1931-32; 1964, 145-162). More recently, a dating in the late 13th c. has been proposed for both these churches. , proposed by Sanders, was based on the evidence for the dating of the Protomaiolica from the Corinth excavations, as well as on the connection of 28 the name ‘Merbaka’ with William of Meerbeke, bishop of Corinth in 1277-1286 (Sanders 1987; 1989). The dating proposed for Katholiki has been based on an inscription recently revealed in the frescos of its sanctuary apse (Athanasoulis 2003).

Vroom connected the pottery shapes from Boeotia with dining habits in Post-Byzantine Greece and, by using some pictorial evidence (such as church frescos and religious icons) and some written sources, she compared the dining fashions in Ottoman-dominated parts of Greece with those in areas under Western rule, distinguishing an ‘Eastern’ and a ‘Western model’ (Vroom 2000b; 2003a, 335-57). Similar research on diet and dining habits has been included in the study of the Cyclades by Vionis (Vionis 2005).

Some 13th-14th– century pottery is also included in the material from the excavations at Ayios Nikolas Tranos, such as ‘Marbled Ware’ and various sgraffito wares (Evgenidou 1982). Characteristic products of Thessaloniki are some sgraffito bowls decorated with birds, rosettes or little spirals in square compartments. The exterior of bowls is often decorated with little arcs painted with slip (Papanikola-Bakirtzis 1999, 188-221). , while it continued in the 15th-16th c. (Papanikola-Bakirtzis 2003, 53-57).

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