»Medieval Potteries in the suburbs of Jena«
„Vessel around 1350 A.D.“
In the years 2013 and 2015 significant remains of medieval potteries were found in excavations at the Neugasse in Jena - the medieval suburb "Zweifelbach".
The archaeologists not only found ten thousands of shards, but also a considerable number of complete or nearly complete vessels, from the mid-14th and the second half of the 15th century.
In cooperation with the State Office for Heritage and Archaeology the Ceramics-Museum Bürgel presents the finds that show the product range of late medieval potteries.