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Praktische Verwendung und Einsatzmöglichkeiten von Tonen

  • G. Lagaly
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Zusammenfassung

Die (gemeinen) Tone (Kap. 1.1; 5.4) werden seit jeher von den Menschen zum Hausbau (Lehmbauweise, Fachwerkbau) genutzt, zur Herstellung von Gebrauchskeramik des täglichen Lebens, von Baurohstoffen (Klinker, Ziegeln, Dachpfannen), aber auch von künstlerisch anspruchsvollen Keramiken (Kap. 7).

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