Fingermarks on oil lamps and terracotta objects have now shown researchers for the first time how potters worked in a ceramics workshop in late antiquity around 1,700 years ago. To this end, and working together with a forensic anthropologist, Prof. Achim Lichtenberger studied fingerprints on waste clay material. The study has been published in the journal "Antiquity".
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