Pieces decorated using the cuerda seca or dry cord technique are among the loveliest of all the pottery artefacts retrieved from the Alcazaba. This decoration method was first used in the 10th century, during the caliphate period, although its heyday coincided with the Nasrid period, between the 13th and 15th centuries.

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