The rich contextual data of the Stone Village pottery, and the fact that it is securely dated, provides an opportunity for ceramic research beyond dating alone: a chance to use ceramics to explore themes of industry, trade and exchange across Amarna and beyond, and social themes including status, community identity and non-elite experience. A comprehensive study of the Amarna Stone Village pottery will also build a clearer picture of the spatial distribution of types, fabrics and ceramic technologies across the city of Amarna.

Garnett, A. 2016. ‘Understanding pottery and people at the Amarna Stone Village’, Egyptian Archaeology 49, 16-19.