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The origins of Byzantine glass from Maroni Petrera, Cyprus
Nineteen glasses from Maroni Petrera, Cyprus, dating to the sixth–seventh centuries ad, have been analysed by energy-dispersive X-ray analysis in the scanning electron microscope for major and minorExpand
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INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY ANALYSES OF ROMAN MILITARY COPPER‐ALLOY ARTEFACTS FROM THE EXCAVATIONS AT MASADA, ISRAEL*
A selection of Roman military fittings and associated copper-alloy artefacts was analysed by inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy. The method used was a variant on those previouslyExpand
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FINGERPRINTING OF ROMAN MINTS USING LASER- ABLATION MC-ICP-MS LEAD ISOTOPE ANALYSIS *
In this paper we present data to demonstrate the applicability of laser-ablation MC-ICP-MS isotope analysis to archaeological artefacts, in this case Roman silver coins. The technique requires noExpand
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Roman military copper‐alloy artefacts from Israel: questions of organization and ethnicity*
The published analyses of Roman military copper-alloy metalwork from Masada are complimented by additional ICP-AES analyses of material from Gamla enabling further discussion of alloying trends andExpand
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The Wirral Brooch: The Form, Distribution and Role of a Regional Romano-British Brooch Type
The Wirral brooch is a distinctive and easily recognizable type of Romano-British brooch with a distribution primarily focused on rural sites around the Wirral peninsula in the north-west of England.Expand
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The Metallurgy of Roman Silver Coinage: From the Reform of Nero to the Reform of Trajan
The fineness of Roman imperial and provincial coinage has been regarded as an indicator of the broader fiscal health of the Roman Empire, with the apparent gradual decline of the silver content beingExpand
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East Meets West in Post-Classical Bet She'an: The Archaeometallurgy of Culture Change
Abstract A group of commonly represented copper alloy artefact types from the site of Bet She'an (Scythopolis), in Israel, were analysed by atomic absorption spectrometry. The aim was to study theExpand
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THE ROMAN DENARIUS UNDER THE JULIO-CLAUDIAN EMPERORS: MINTS, METALLURGY AND TECHNOLOGY
The results of the chemical analysis of 78 silver denarii issued by the Julio-Claudian emperors are presented and interpreted against the available numismatic, archaeological and historicalExpand
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