Archaeological Site of Sukhothai


Sukhothai pottery (Tuttirang) near Wat Phra Phai Luang The old moat called Mae Joan Teatung is called the kiln of the world cup of Sukhothai. It was built in the 18th century. It is located between Sukhothai and Wat Si Chum. Wat Phra Luang The villagers called the sluice hole in this area, the archaeologists have found no less than 49 stoves burned earth full of earthenware and earthenware crockery. This is a brick kiln. Width of 1.50-2.00 meters, 4-5 meters long, made into a canopied cart, is divided into three parts: the fire place, the cups and the chimney pottery found in this area is a large crockery. Yellowish gray Black writing Mostly flower, fish and machine.

World Pottery produced in the Sukhothai period. In the city of Si Satchanalai. And the city of Sukhothai. Made of crockery and sculpture or parts of architecture. Both coated and uncoated. The color coatings are brown, green, brown, transparent, overlaid, painted in various shapes. It is a major export of the kingdom of Sukhothai. Sold to the Kingdom of Lanna. Kingdom of Ayutthaya And the city or state of the south. And sent to sell far too, such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Japan and the Middle East.

The crockery kiln world at Sukhothai (Tuttirang) has two types of furnace. Have a hole to cool the bottom of the fire. Sometimes called the stove type 2 is a turtle. There are cooling towers and chimneys in different directions for horizontal cooling. Call the hood Sukhothai kilns are mainly raw brick. It’s not a burner that digs into some of the natural furnace mounds at Si Satchanalai. In the excavation of the Fine Arts Department found this brick oven on the ground floor. This is the lowest ground of Sukhothai.

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