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Investigating the Painted Pottery Traditions of the First Millennium BC Northwestern Arabia and Southern Levant: Contexts of Discovery and Painted Decorative Motives
This is the second article of two studies investigating the Iron Age painted pottery traditions of the Northern Hejaz and Southern Levant: the Qurayyah/Midianite pottery; Taymanite/Sana’iye pottery; Edomite/Busayra Painted ...
Ceramic Technology from Los Radales 1. Late Pottery Period (El Vergel), East Cordilleran Sector of the Valdivian Basin (Neuquen, Argentine Patagonia)
(PASCUAL IZQUIERDO EGEA ED & PUB, 2018)
Evaluating the Presence of Porosity in Bazilian Archaeological Pottery associating X-radiography and Pixe.
(AIP Publishing LLCNew York, 2013-05-06)
X-Radiography technique has been used effectively for decades to evaluate and identify differences in homogeneities in samples. It is a simple, fast and non-destructive technique that provides a view of internal structure ...
Mercury intrusion porosimetry (MIP) study of archaeological pottery from Hualfin Valley, Catamarca, Argentina
(Elsevier Science, 2014-01)
Mercury intrusion porosimetry (MIP) on archaeological potteries classified as Belen fine and ordinary types from Catamarca, Argentina, was analysed. The MIP technique allowed identifying high percentage of uniform pore ...
A New Method of Human Burial during the Early Pottery Period in the Valdivian Basin: The Archaeological Site Siete Manzanos (Neuquen, Patagonia, Argentina)
(PASCUAL IZQUIERDO EGEA ED & PUB, 2019)
PXRF and multivariate statistics analysis of pre-colonial pottery from northeast of Brazil
Portable system of energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence was used to determine the elemental composition of 68 pottery fragments from Sambaqui do Bacanga, an archeological site in Sao Luis, Maranhao, Brazil. This site was ...
Instrumental neutron activation analysis of Inka and local pottery from northern Chile's Atacama Desert
This paper presents the results of bulk chemical compositional analyses of ceramic pastes through Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA), which is the most precise method available for this kind of research. The ...
TL dating of pottery fragments from four archaeological sites in Taquari Valley, Brazil
(TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTDABINGDON, 2012)
Sixty-three pottery fragments from four archaeological sites, numbered RST110, RST101, RST114 and RST114, in the Taquari Valley, vicinity of the city of Lajeado, Rio Grande do Sul state, southern Brazil, have been dated ...
Women potters?: a preliminary examination of documentary and material culture evidence from Barbados
(Department of History, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus,Trinidad and Tobago, 2011-03)
The introduction of wheel thrown pottery in Barbados is seen as an exception within the femaledominated pottery tradition of the region. This paper will examine recent documentary evidence of a plantation in Barbados that ...