2005

X-rays for Archaeology

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3580-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-3581-4 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. In-situ Measurements

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      Pages 3-26

      Characterization of Pigments Used in Ancient Egypt

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      Pages 27-53

      Importance of in-situ EDXRF Measurements in the Preservation and Conservation of Material Culture

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      Pages 55-63

      Scientific Field Research in Egypt

  2. Use of Ion Beam

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      Pages 67-100

      Ion Beam Techniques for the Non-destructive Analysis of Archaelogical Materials

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      Pages 101-112

      The Origin of Ancient Gemstones Unveiled by PIXE, PIGE and μ-Raman Spectrometry

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      Pages 113-121

      Investigations of Medieval Glass by a Combined PIXE/PIGE Method

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      Pages 123-149

      PIXE Analysis of Pre-Hispanic Items from Ancient America

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      Pages 151-158

      PIXE Study on Chinese Underglaze-Red Porcelain Made in Yuan Dynasty

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      Pages 159-162

      Glassmaking in the Venetian Manner

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      Pages 163-171

      Studies on Pigments for Ancient Ceramics and Glass Using X-ray Methods

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      Pages 173-180

      Compositional Differences of Blue and White Porcelain Analyzed by External Beam PIXE

  3. Use of Synchroton Radiation

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      Pages 183-198

      New Trend in Application of Synchrotron Radiation-Induced X-ray Fluorescence Analysis to Archaeology

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      Pages 199-208

      Synchrotron Radiation in Archaeological and Cultural Heritage Science

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      Pages 209-216

      Study of the Elemental Distribution in Ancient Chinese Porcelain Using Synchrotron Radiation X-ray Fluorescence

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      Pages 217-222

      Study on the Compositional Differences among Different Kilns’ Tang Sancai by SRXRF

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      Pages 223-227

      Study of Chemical Composition in Ancient Celadon of Yue Kiln

  4. Radiography

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      Pages 231-245

      The Use of Medical Computed Tomography (CT) Imaging in the Study of Ceramic and Clay Archaeological Artifacts from the Ancient Near East

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      Pages 247-251

      The Radiographic Examinations of the “Guardian Statues” from the Tomb of Tutankhamen

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      Pages 253-258

      Analytical Study of Paintings by X-ray Radiography and Spectroscopy

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      Pages 259-261

      Radiographic Findings in Ancient Egyptian Mummies

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