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[[Fasciculus:Conner-prairie-pottery-rack.jpg|thumb|Fictilia mercis viridis<!--green ware pottery--> in usitata tabula siccanti<!--drtying rack--> in [[Conner Prairie]], museo historiae vivae]]
[[Fasciculus:Traditional-pottery-workshop.jpg|thumb|Reconstructio{{dubsig}} fabricae usitatae figlinae in museo usitatarum artium et artificiorum adhibitorum, [[Troyan]] [[Bulgaria]]e.]]
'''Opus fictile,''' vel '''figlina,''' est ars [[fictile]] coquendi et in vasa et catinos creandi, saepe cum [[tornus|torno]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pottery |title=Merriam-Webster.com |publisher=Merriam-Webster.com |date=2010-08-13 |accessdate=2010-09-04}}</ref> <ref>Paul Rado, ''An Introduction to the Technology of Pottery,'' ed. 2a. (Institute Of Ceramics et Pergamon Press, 1988).</ref> Merces fictiles<!--potteryware--> ex [[argilla]] efficiuntur,<ref>Allen Dinsdale, ''Pottery Science: Materials, Process and Products (Ellis Horwood Limited, 1986).</ref> cuius maiora genera sunt [[earthenwaretesteus]], [[stoneware]], et [[porcelainporcellanum]]. Rita figlinae definitio, ab [[ASTM Internationale|ASTM]] promulgata, est "omnes merces ceramicae coctae<!--fired--> quae argillam cum formantur continent, praeter opera technica, structuralia, refractoria."<ref>"All fired ceramic wares that contain clay when formed, except technical, structural, and refractory products." ''Standard Terminology Of Ceramic Whitewares And Related Products'' (ASTM C 242–01, 2007).</ref> Nonnulli autem [[archaeologia|archaeologi]], aliam notionem adhibentes, res ceramicas sicut figurinas a rationibus materiisque similibus et eisdem hominibus factas, sed non vasa, excludunt.<ref> http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/coconino/forest-resources/archaeology/elden-pueblo/glossary.shtml#p.</ref>
 
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