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Metallic nano-particles in lustre glazed ceramics from the 15th century in Seville studied by PIXE and RBS
Abstract Lustre ceramics, found in a workshop located in Triana (Sevilla), have been analysed to determine the composition of glazes including the metallic particle layers giving rise to the lustreExpand
Bronze Age ceramics in southwest Spain: An exploratory archaeometric study of technology and function
Pottery from the Bronze Age of southwest Spain has traditionally been approached from a “typological” stand seeking the establishment of chronological sequences. This article examines ceramics fromExpand
MEDINA AL-ZAHRA LUSTRE CERAMICS: 10 th CENTURY LOCAL NANOTECHNOLOGY OR IMPORTATION FROM MIDDLE EAST
ةـصلاخلا : عملالا كيماريسلا زيمتي ةيئوض صاوخب ىلإ دوعت سلملأا حطس لا نم برقلا ب ةيونان ةيندعم تاميسج يوحت ةقيقر ةقبط . و نم عو نلا اذ ه أش نم دو عي ةيسابعلا ةفلاخلا نمز عساتلا نرقلا ىلإ كيماريسلا .Expand
La arqueometría de materiales cerámicos : Una evaluación de la experiencia Andaluza
This paper assesses the impact that the introduction of scientific methods for materials characterisation (conventionally grouped under the label of Archaeometry) has had in the methodologicalExpand
Ceramics by Niculoso Pisano and quantitative analysis of glazes using portable XRF
Chemical and mineralogical analysis has been performed on two ceramics tiles covered with coloured glazes and attributed to Niculoso Pisano. We have determined the mineralogical and chemicalExpand
Archaeometry of ceramic materials: an evaluation of the andalusian experience
This paper assesses the impact that the introduction of scientific methods for materials characterisation (conventionally grouped under the label of Archaeometry) has had in the methodologicalExpand
LUSTRE-DECORATED CERAMICS FROM A 15TH TO 16TH CENTURY PRODUCTION IN SEVILLE*
A set of 17 fragments of ceramics have been uncovered on the occasion of excavations of a workshop in Triana near Seville. These ceramics are typical of objects that are not commonly encountered inExpand