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Turbanti-Memmi, Isabella

Proceedings of the 37th International Symposium on Archaeometry, 13th - 16th May 2008, Siena, Italy

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Table of contents

1. Late Byzantine-Early Islamic Ceramic Technology, Transjordan
F. M. Alawneh, H. A. Béarat

2. Provenance Study of Some Samples of “Compendiario” Majolica Found in Archaeological Excavations Carried Out in the Centre of Amsterdam
F. Amato, B. Fabbri, S. Gualtieri, J. Gawronski, N. Jaspers

3. Archaeometry of Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Italian Vitreous Materials: A Review
I. Angelini

4. Chemical, Mineralogical and Textural Characterisation of Early Iron Age Vitreous Materials from the Golasecca Culture (Northern Italy)
I. Angelini, C. Nicola, G. Artioli, R. DeMarinis, M. Rapi, M. Uboldi

5. Mapping Regional Ceramic Fabrics in Sagalassos (SW-Turkey), Dating from 500 BC–700 AD
D. Braekmans, B. Neyt, P. Degryse, J. Elsen, J. Poblome, M. Waelkens

6. Ethnoarchaeometric Study of the Traditional Cooking Ware Production Centre of Pabillonis (Sardinia): Investigating Raw Materials and Final Products
M. A. Cau, G. Montana, D. Pagliarello, E. Tsantini

7. Materials, Technology and Provenance of Ancient Ceiling Tiles from the Ceramic District in Riva San Vitale (Southern Switzerland)
G. Cavallo, M. Moresi

8. An Investigation into the Ceramic Technology of the Two-Colour Tiles of “Prince Noir” Castle (Bordeaux, France, Thirteen to Fourteenth Centuries AD)
B. Cicuttini, A. Ben Amara, F. Bechtel

9. Ceramic Production and Metal Working at the Trebbio Archaeological Site (Sansepolcro, Arezzo, Italy)
E. Gliozzo, A. Comini, A. Cherubini, A. Ciacci, A. Moroni, I. Turbanti Memmi

10. Many Potters – One Style: Pottery Production and Distribution in Transitional Late Byzantine–Early Islamic Palaestina Tertia
V. E. Holmqvist, M. Martinón-Torres

11. Technological Features of Colonial Glazed Pottery from el Convento de Santo Domingo (Antigua, Guatemala). Similarities and Differences Between Colonial and Spanish pottery
J. G. Iñañez, R. J. Speakman

12. Applicability of Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis to Glass Archaeometry
Z. Kasztovszky, J. Kunicki-Goldfinger

13. Colorants and Their Provenance of a Late Medieval Glass Goblet Found in Eger (Hungary)
A. Kocsonya, A. Váradi, I. Fórizs, I. Kovács, Z. Kasztovszky, Z. Szőkefalvi-Nagy

14.
Gnathia and Red-Figured Pottery from Apulia: The Continuity of a Production Technology
A. Mangone, L. C. Giannossa, G. Colafemmina, R. Laviano, V. Redavid, A. Traini

15. North-Western European Forest Glass: Working Towards An Independent Means of Provenance
A. S. Meek, J. Henderson, J. A. Evans

16. Ceramic Production in the Indigenous Settlement of Entella (Western Sicily) During the Archaic Age
G. Montana, A. Corretti, A. M. Polito, F. Spatafora

17. Middle Guadiana River Basin (Badajoz, Spain and Alentejo, Portugal) Network Interactions: Insights from the Chemical Analysis of Bell Beaker Pottery and the Lead Isotope Analysis of Copper Items from the Third Millennium BC
C. P. Odriozola, M. A. Hunt-Ortiz, M. I. Dias, V. Hurtado

18. The Black Gloss Pottery in the Region of Ostia: Archaeology and Archaeometry
G. Olcese, C. Capelli

19. Recognising Frit: Experiments Reproducing Post-Medieval Plant Ash Glass
S. Paynter, D. Dungworth

20. Archaeometric Investigation of Early Iron Age Glasses from Bologna
A. Polla, I. Angelini, G. Artioli, P. Bellintani, A. Dore

21. Non Invasive Study of Nineteenth Century Iranian Polychrome Underglaze Painted Tiles by Fibre Optic Visible Reflectance Spectroscopy
I. Reiche, C. Boust, J.-J. Ezrati, S. Peschard, J. Tate, L. Troalen, B. Shah, B. Pretzel, G. Martin, S. Röhrs, F. Voigt

22. Neolithic Facies of Stentinello Culture: Analysis and Comparison of Ceramics from Capo Alfiere (Calabria) and Perriere Sottano (Sicily)
S. Scarcella, A. Bouquillon, A. Leclaire

23. Preliminary Archaeometric Data on Fineware from the Middle Neolithic Bükk Culture
V. Szilágyi, H. Taubald, T. K. Biró, S. J. Koós, P. Csengeri, M. Tóth, Gy. Szakmány

24. A Study of the Materials Used for the Inscriptions on Ceramic Vessels
S. Wei, G. Song, M. Schreiner

25. A Discussion on Raw Materials Used for Ancient Chinese Porcelain
J. Zhu, C. Wang

26. Palaeolithic Paintings at Riparo Dalmeri, a Northern Italian Rock Shelter: Materials, Technologies, Techniques
R. Belli, G. Dalmeri, A. Frongia, S. Gialanella, M. Mattarelli, M. Montagna, L. Toniutti

27. “Ramses II in Majesty”: A Minero-Petrographic and Provenance Rock Study
A. Borghi, E. D’Amicone, M. Serra, G. Vaggelli, L. Vigna

28. Using Non-destructive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis to Investigate the Prehistoric Use and Distribution of Hornfels in Southern Quebec
A. L. Burke, G. Gauthier

29. Clinical Test Strips for Rapid Identification of Binder Materials in Rock Paintings
D. Fraser, R. A. Armitage

30. Archaeometric Processing of Polished Stone Artefacts from the Ebenhöch Collection (Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, Hungary)
O. Friedel, B. Bradák, G. Szakmány, V. Szilágyi, K. T. Biró

31. The Colour of the Façades in Siena’s Historical Centre: Calcium Oxalate Films on Brickwork of the Fifteenth to Sixteenth Century Palaces
M. Giamello, F. Droghini, F. Gabbrielli, G. Guasparri, S. Mugnaini, G. Sabatini, A. Scala

32. Stone Beads from Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Settlements from South-Western Portugal: Analyses by X-Ray Diffraction
A. P. Gonçalves, A. M. Monge Soares, A. C. Silva, L. Berrocal-Rangel

33. Integrated Research on Sixteenth to Early Nineteenth Century Panel Paintings: Chromatographic and Spectroscopic Characterisation of Paint Layers
E. Kouloumpi, G. Lawson, V. Pavlidis

34. A Diptich by Marcellus Coffermans Analysed by Portable XRF
A. Križnar, M. V. Muñoz, F. Paz, M. A. Respaldiza, M. Vega

35. The Analysis of “San He Tu” from the Haizi and Weizi Emplacements at the Tianjin Dagu Site
N. Li, Z. Guo, Z. Zhang, D. Wang

36. Neolithic Obsidian Economy Around the Monte Arci Source (Sardinia, Italy): The Importance of Integrated Provenance/Technology Analyses
C. Lugliè, F. X. Bourdonnec, G. Poupeau

37. Mineralogical Characterization of the Weathering Crusts Covering the Ancient Wall Paintings of the Festival Temple of Thutmosis III, Karnak Temple Complex, Upper Egypt
H. H. M. Mahmoud, N. A. Kantiranis, J. A. Stratis

38. Scientific Characterization of Roman Age Over-Paintings at Luxor Temple, Upper Egypt: Preliminary Results
H. H. M. Mahmoud, N. A. Kantiranis, E. Pavlidou, J. A. Stratis

39. Gilding Techniques in Mural Paintings: Three Examples from the Romanesque Period in France
A. Mounier, F. Daniel, F. Bechtel

40. The Basalts of the Independent State of Samoa
L. A. Pavlish, R. G. V. Hancock, A. C. D’Andrea

41. Petrographic and Geochemical Investigation of Sarmatian Grinding Stones from the Üllő 5 Site, North Hungary
B. Péterdi, G. Szakmány, K. Judik, G. Dobosi, Z. Kasztovszky, V. Szilágyi

42. Brick-Lime Mortars and Plasters of a Sixteenth Century Ottoman Bath from Budapest, Hungary
F. Pintér, J. Weber, B. Bajnóczi, M. Tóth

43. Manufacturing Analysis and Non Destructive Characterisation of Green Stone Objects from the Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor Museum, Mexico
J. L. Ruvalcaba, E. Melgar, Th. Calligaro

44. Traces of Ancient Treatments on the Stone Materials of the Main Façade of the Siena Cathedral: Glazings (Calcium Oxalate Films s.s.) and Other Finishes
G. Sabatini, F. Droghini, M. Giamello, G. Guasparri, S. Mugnaini, A. Scala

45. Investigating Trade and Exchange Patterns in Prehistory: Preliminary Results of the Archaeometric Analyses of Stone Artefacts from Tell Gorzsa (South-East Hungary)
Gy. Szakmány, E. Starnini, F. Horváth, B. Bradák

46. Intra-site Obsidian Subsource Patterns at Contraguda, Sardinia (Italy)
R. H. Tykot, L. Lai, C. Tozzi

47. The Characterisation of Lime Plasters from Lamanai, Belize: A Diachronic Approach to the Study of Architectural Practices
I. Villasenor, E. Graham, R. Siddall, C. A. Price

48. Provenance Studies of Midwestern Pipestones Using a Portable Infrared Spectrometer
S. U. Wisseman, T. E. Emerson, R. E. Hughes, K. B. Farnsworth

49. Application of Micro-CT: 3D Reconstruction of Tool Marks on an Ancient Stone Bead and its Implication for Jade Drilling Techniques
Y. Yang, M. Yang, Y. Xie, C. Wang

50. Non Destructive In Situ Study of Mexican Codices: Methodology and First Results of Materials Analysis for the Colombino and Azoyu Codices
S. Zetina, J. L. Ruvalcaba, M. Lopez Cáceres, T. Falcón, E. Hernández, C. González, E. Arroyo

51. MissMarble, an Interdisciplinary Data Base of Marble for Archaeometric, Art History and Restoration Use
J. Zöldföldi, P. Hegedüs, B. Székely

52. Look Into the Objects: Why? Cultural Heritage Motivations of Neutron-Based Imaging Techniques
K. T. Biró, É. Durkovic, S. Farkas-Szőke

53. Nano-Scale Investigation of Some Dichroic/Opalescent Archaeological Materials
D. Dungworth, S. Paynter

54. Sienese “Archaic” Majolica: Characterisation of Enamels and Glazes by Analytical-Transmission Electron Microscopy (AEM–TEM)
G. Giorgetti, C. Fortina, I. Turbanti Memmi, A. Santagostino Barbone

55. From Micro- to Nano-Arrangement: Alteration Products in Archaeological Glass from Marine and Land-Based Environments
A. Silvestri, C. Viti, G. Molin, G. Salviulo

56. An Investigation of the Sulfur–Iron Chemistry in Timbers of the Sixteenth Century Warship, the Mary Rose, by Synchrotron Micro-X-Ray Spectroscopy
A. D. Smith, M. Jones, A. Berko, A. V. Chadwick, R. J. Newport, T. Skinner, M. Salomé, J. Frederick, W. Mosselmans

57. The Role of TOF-SIMS in the Characterisation of Inorganic and Organic Components in Paint Samples
A. Tognazzi, F. Benetti, R. Lapucci, C. Rossi

58. Provenance Study of Wood Found in Archaeological and Architectural Objects
S. Fossati, G. L. A. Pesce, A. Decri

59. Hormone Mass Fingerprinting: Novel Molecular Sex Determination of Ancient Human Skeletal Remains
L. Mark, Z. Patonai, A. Vaczy, N. Kajsza, A. Marcsik

60. Hair: An Untapped Forensic Resource
N. C. McCreesh, A. P. Gize, A. R. David

61. Archaeobotany as an In-Site/Off-Site Tool for Paleoenvironmental Research at Pulo di Molfetta (Puglia, South-Eastern Italy)
M. Primavera, G. Fiorentino

62. Analysis of Archaeological Bones for the Purpose of Reconstructing the Paleodiet of Medieval Inhabitants
V. Rudovica, A. Viksna, G. Zarina, I. Melne

63. Integrating Stable Isotopes to the Study of the Origin of Management Strategies for Domestic Animals: δ13C and δ18O Results from Bioapatite Enamel of Cattle from the Tell Halula Site, Syria (7800–7000 BC)
C. Tornero, M. Saňa

64. Chemical Analysis of Hair Segments and Short-Term Dietary Variation: Results for the Ancient Site of Chongos (Peru)
R. H. Tykot, A. Metroka, M. Dietz, R. A. Bergfield

65. Distinguishing Between Reindeer Antler and Bone Using Raman Spectroscopy
J. Watson, C. C. Nordby

66. Fish-Based Subproducts in Late Antiquity. Archaeometric and Archaeological Evidence from the Fish Factories at Traducta (Algeciras, Cádiz, Spain)
S. Dominguez-Bella, D. Bernal Casasola

67. Chemical Analyses of Floors at San Genesio (San Miniato, Pisa): A Medieval Tavern
F. Inserra, A. Pecci

68. Food Habits and Social Identity During the Archaic Age: Chemical Analyses of Organic Residues Found on Pottery Vessels from the Messapian Settlement of San Vito dei Normanni (South-Eastern Italy)
F. Notarstefano, M. Lettieri, G. Semeraro, L. Troisi

69. Finding Food While Protecting Pots: A Non-Destructive Protocol for Absorbed Residue Analysis
J. M. Vanderveen

70. ESR and U/Th Dating Methodologies Applied to Carbonates from Southern Italy
J. J. Bahain, G. Burrafato, C. Falguères, A. M. Gueli, G. Stella, S. O. Troja, A. R. Zuccarello

71. The Mezza Spiaggia Tower (Cagliari, Italy): The Dating of Structures by the Metrological–Chronological Analysis of Masonry and the Petro-Geochemical Stratigraphy of Building Materials
C. Giannattasio, S. M. Grillo

72. Preliminary Results of Magnetic Archaeointensity Measurements in Brazil
G. A. Hartmann, M. C. Afonso, R. I. F. Trindade

73. The Dating of a Sixteenth Century Settlement in the Vicinity of Quebec City (Canada) by Means of Elemental Analysis of Glass Beads Through Thermal and Fast Neutron Activation Analyses
J. F. Moreau, B. Gratuze, R. G. V. Hancock, M. Blet Lemarquand

74. Faster and More Accurate Processing of Samples for Microtephrochronology
J. Watson, C. A. Tryon, M. C. Vicéns

75. The Radiocarbon Dating of Mortars from Wielka Waga, The Great Scales Building in The Krakow Market Square
D. Nawrocka, J. Michniewicz

76. Combination of Non-Destructive Methods for the Observation of the State of Subsurface Preservation of Ploughed Archaeological Sites: A Case Study from Oppidum Stradonice in Bohemia
R. Křivánek

77. The Different Possibilities for Collaboration Between Geophysical and Archaeological Methods in the Context of the Research Project “Neglected Archaeology” of the Department of Archaeology of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
R. Křivánek

78. Comparative Archaeometric Analysis by 3D Laser, Short Range Photogrammetry, and Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Applied to the Celtiberian City-State of Segeda
J. G. Rejas, M. Farjas, F. Burillo, R. López, M. A. Cano, M. E. Sáiz, T. Mostaza, J. J. Zancajo

79. Shell Mounds in Brazilian Coast: Integrating Archaeological and Environmental Studies
M. C. Afonso, M. C. Tenório

80. Hydraulic Systems in the Po Plain (Northern Italy) During the Bronze Age: Archaeology and Geoarchaeology
M. Cremaschi, C. Pizzi

81. Cultural Landscapes of South-Eastern Rhodope: The Transition from Byzantine to Modern Times
M. Kampa, M. K. Sioliou, P. Kaparti, E. Tsirimona, I. Ispikoudis

82. XRF Analyses of Four Silver Gilded Hellenistic Epaulettes
E. Asderaki-Tzoumerkioti, A. G. Karydas

83. The Use of Industrial Computed Tomography in the Study of Archaeological Finds
A. Berdondini, R. Brancaccio, V. D’Errico, A. Miceli, M. Bettuzzi, F. Casali, M. P. Morigi, M. Senn, A. Flisch

84. Arabic Coins as a Silver Source for Slavonic and Scandinavian Jewellers in the Tenth Century AD
N. Eniosova, R. Mitoyan

85. Neutron-Based Analytical Methods for the Non-Invasive Characterisation of Iron Artefacts
E. Godfrey, W. Kockelmann

86. Corrosion Studies and Lead Isotope Analyses of Musket Balls from Scottish Battlefield Sites
A. J. Hall, R. Ellam, L. Wilson, T. Pollard, N. Ferguson

87. Non-Destructive and Minimally Invasive Analyses of Bronze Seal Boxes from Augusta Raurica by Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry, Raman Spectroscopy and FTIR Spectroscopy
K. Hunger, E. Hildbrand, V. Hubert, M. Wörle, A. R. Furger, M. Wartmann

88. A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to the Study of An Assemblage of Copper-Based Finds Assigned to the Prehistory and Proto-History of Fucino, Abruzzo, Italy
M. L. Mascelloni, G. Cerichelli, S. Ridolfi

89. Copper-Based Kettles from Brador: A Contribution to the Study of Eastern Settlements of New France on the Northern Shore of the Estuary of the Saint-Lawrence (Quebec, Canada)
J.-F Moreau, R. G. V. Hancock

90. On the Gold Adornments from Apahida-Fifth Century AD, Transylvania, Romania
G. Niculescu, R. Oanţă-Marghitu, M. Georgescu

91. Non Destructive In Situ Analysis of Gold and Silver Artifacts from Tomb 7 of Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico
G. Peñuelas, J. L. Ruvalcaba, J. Contreras, E. Hernández, E. Ortiz

92. “Harvesting” the Ore: The Use of Iron Seepages in the Early Bloomery Furnace in Ireland
E. Photos-Jones, A. J. Hall

93. Analysis of Gold Jewellery by PIXE and SEM–EDS: A Comparison of Ancient and Modern Productions
V. Virgili, M. F. Guerra

94. Reconstructing the Lost Moregine Site: A VR Based Approach to Simulate and Navigate an Inaccessible Archaeological Excavation
A. F. Abate, S. C. Nappo, T. Paduano, S. Ricciardi

95. The Study of the Fourth Millennium Mud-Bricks at Arslantepe: Malatya (Turkey): Preliminary Results
C. Alvaro, M. Frangipane, G. Liberotti, R. Quaresima, R. Volpe

96. Intra-Site Testing Using Magnetometry and Shovel Test Pits in the Podere Funghi near Poggio Colla (Florence, Italy)
R. Sternberg, S. Bon-Harper

Keywords: Earth Sciences, Mineralogy

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Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
45 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
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Ebook
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9783642146787

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