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Chemical analyses of early glasses
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Stable Lead Isotope Studies of Central Taurus Ore Sources and Related Artifacts from Eastern Mediterranean Chalcolithic and Bronze Age Sites
Abstract This is the first paper in a series presenting stable lead isotope studies of geological and archaelogical specimens obtained in 7 years of archaeometallurgical surveys in Turkey. TheExpand
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The glass vessels
Ed-Dur is a large archaeological site in the Emirate of Umm al-Qaiwain, on the west coast of the Oman peninsula. The main occupation of the site took place between the late first century B.C. and theExpand
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Excavations at Jenné-Jeno, Hambarketolo, and Kaniana (Inland Niger Delta, Mali), the 1981 season
Since the first scientific excavations were conducted at Jenne-jeno in 1977, this huge Iron Age occupation mound located in the floodplain of the Inland Niger Delta has produced a classicExpand
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Excavations at Ed-Dur (Umm al-Qaiwain, United Arab Emirates)
v. 1. The glass vessels / by David Whitehouse ; with an appendix by Robert H. Brill ; illustrations, Erik Smekens
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IRON AND SULFUR RELATED COLORS IN ANCIENT GLASSES
Roman glass found at Jalame, in Western Galilee, and dating from the fourth century A.D., shows a variety of colors ranging from aqua blue to green to amber. It was found that the glasses are quiteExpand
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Isotope Studies of Ancient Lead
Most archaeologists are familiar with the term isotope from their knowledge of radiocarbon dating. Isotopes are simply atoms of the same chemical element which have slightly different masses. Lead,Expand
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A RED OPAQUE GLASS FROM SARDIS AND SOME THOUGHTS ON RED OPAQUES IN GENERAL
HE PIECE of red opaque cullet which prompted the writing of this article was recovered from a room belonging to a series of Lydian domestic buildings excavated at Sardis between 1982 and 1986. TheseExpand
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