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  • n. A manufacturer of terracotta figurines (in Ancient Greece)

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Greek antiquity, a maker of terra-cotta figurines and the like.


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  • According to Kent's Bike Blog, corrugated plastic signs (called coroplast) are perfect for crafting bike handlebar bags.

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  • A regional production centre for Sagalassos red slip ware (a Roman-period table ware), the Potters 'Quarter is a unique feature to the study of urban crafts production, and one of the few cases systematically excavated from the eastern Roman world. the area excavated this season is a continuation of the excavation of 2004, which excavated a workshop complex identified as a coroplast workshop. the material retrieved from the workshop suggests a specialization in the production of moulded items (lamps, vessels, terracotta figurines, etc.) as well as some red-slipped table ware types. the original excavation of the workshop complex produced the remains of numerous spaces and six kilns with several phases of activity dating from the late Hellenistic/early Imperial periods until the late 6th century. the primary phase of production activity of the complex has been dated to the late Roman period (5th - 6th centuries).

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Potter's Quarter Report 2

  • In conclusion it is clear that the excavation has revealed workshop and most likely 'coroplast' (manufacture of moulded ceramics, i.e. figurines, vessels and lamps) area, which adds nicely to our knowledge from the 2004 excavations, which revealed mostly kiln area.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Potter's Quarter Report 3

  • You could recreate this look by getting a cheap@$$ next bike, some coroplast on the wheels and a bottle of yellow krylon.

    Duck and Cover: The Art of Appropriation

  • Shouldnt be too hard to fab up another using someing like coroplast (a corrogated plastic board).


  • Jennifer sends us a link to box rivets -- "For building box mazes (work on coroplast, too) way better than bolts!"

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  • We use white coroplast on the front of our entertainment center to keep the kids from even seeing Joe's stereo equipment.

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  • Unfortunately, the chronology of the coroplast workshop is quite complex, and a primary objective of the campaign is to distinguish the various phases of production at the workshop.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Pottery Studies

  • A portion of what appears to be kiln firing area of the coroplast workshop was excavated in 2004, and it is the hopes of this season to complete the firing area and excavate the associated workshops.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Pottery Studies

  • Additional study of the coroplast material is also being performed by Prof. Daniele Malfitana (L'Universita di Catania, Italy), who is studying the iconography and various aspects of moulded ware production.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Pottery Studies


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