Radiation application in art and archaeometry
: X-ray fluorescence application to archaeometry
Hauck at the Archaeometry
Laboratory and modified for publication using illustration software.
1971 "Thermoluminescence Dating Using Fine Grains from Pottery," Archaeometry
1974 On the Number and Sizes of Animals in Archaeological Faunal Assemblages, Archaeometry
Technical studies (archaeobiology and archaeometry
) are dominated by studies from [Ain.sup.[subset]] Ghazal.
(1995): Radiocarbon dates from the Oxford AMS System: Archaeometry
Datelist 19, Archaeometry
37 (1): 195-214.
(2009) : "The Origin and Geochemical Characterization of Red Ochres from the Tito Bustillo and Monte Castillo Caves (Northern Spain)", Archaeometry
, 51 (2), pp.
Southon 1995 Radiocarbon Dates for Beeswax Figures in the Prehistoric Rock Art of Northern Australia, Archaeometry
In this issue, Chungara presents seven articles that result from the 3rd Latin American Congress of Archaeometry
. In the last few decades, the advances related to the development of the techniques of chemical and physical analyses, the greater availability of equipment, as well as the decrease of the costs, have contributed enormously to extending the range of possibilities regarding the study and characterization of archaeological materials, both inorganic and organic.
Obsidian results from the Lapita sites of the Reef/Santa Cruz Islands, in Archaeometry
: Further Australasian Studies, Ambrose, W.
In four elaborately planned field seasons--two along the mainland coast and two among the Belcher Islands--he discovered large numbers of Pre-Dorset and Dorset sites spanning 3000 years, together with detailed information on settlement patterns (Harp, 1997), house types, and archaeometry
. Once again, Dorset culture was seen to be conservative in its stylistic development, but here (in contrast to Labrador and the Central Barren Grounds) little evidence of Indian cultures was found, and--not surprisingly--none in the Belchers.