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Thread: Numantine Museum. Celtiberian pottery, metallurgy & Ornaments in Numantia (Spain)

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    I find the pottery things very interesting. One of my majors was pottery.... the professor required us to make glazes, clay, jewelry, etc. from recipes rather than from commercial products. I learned quite a bit about minerals, soils, and colors created from them.

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    Good! I love all those artistic hobbies that make you feel good, in peace and growing up your personal skills.
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    Yeah!
    ........................ The puzzle is being resolved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziober View Post
    Yeah!
    ........................ The puzzle is being resolved.
    what kind of puzzle do you have?

    by the way, did picasso get some impression from their art?


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    Quote Originally Posted by johen View Post
    what kind of puzzle do you have?

    by the way, did picasso get some impression from their art?
    It could be possible, who knows...
    But I reffer to celtic conections.

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