Chemical analysis of 17th century Millefiori glasses excavated in the Monastery of Sta. Clara-a-Velha, Portugal: comparison with Venetian and façon-de-Venise production

@article{Lima2012ChemicalAO,
  title={Chemical analysis of 17th century Millefiori glasses excavated in the Monastery of Sta. Clara-a-Velha, Portugal: comparison with Venetian and façon-de-Venise production},
  author={A. Lima and T. Medici and A. Matos and M. Verit{\`a}},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={39},
  pages={1238-1248}
}
Abstract A set of ten Millefiori glass fragments dating from the 17th century, originated from archaeological excavations carried out at the Monastery of Sta. Clara-a-Velha (Coimbra, Portugal), were characterized by X-ray electron probe microanalysis (EPMA), Raman microscopy and UV–Visible absorption spectroscopy. All glasses are of soda-lime-silica type. The use of coastal plant ash is suggested by the relatively high content of MgO, K 2 O and P 2 O 5 , as well as by the presence of chlorine… Expand

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