New Developments in Archaeology Research


Martin Adalslteinn (Editor)
Thomas Olander (Editor)

Series: Anthropology Research and Developments, Focus on Civilizations and Cultures
BISAC: POL010000

In this book, the authors present new developments in archaeology research. Topics include the adequacy of small-scale samplings from ancient pottery for instrumental analysis; the problem of phosphorous pollution in ceramic archaeological materials buried in the ground and polluted Neolithic pottery; and the huge potential in applying archaeological stratigraphic excavation to all kinds of objects, such as paintings, sculptures and even archaeological artifacts themselves.
(Imprint: Novinka )

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Adequacy of Small-Scale Sampling from Ancient Pottery for Instrumental Analysis
(Shintaro Ichikawa, Toshihiro Nakamura, Department of Applied Chemistry, Meiji University, Higashimita, Tama, Kawasaki, Japan)

Reasons of Phosphorus Pollution in Archaeological Pottery and its Consequences: A Reassessment
(Bruno Fabbri, Sabrina Gualtieri, CNR, Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics, Faenza, Italy)

A New Research Area: The Archaeological “Excavation” of Culturally Significant Objects
(José Manuel Barros García, Instituto Universitario de Restauración del Patrimonio (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia), Spain)


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