Book 2014

Archaeometallurgy in Global Perspective

Methods and Syntheses

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ISBN: 978-1-4939-3357-0 (Print) 978-1-4614-9017-3 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Chapter

    Pages 1-9

    Introduction

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    Pages 11-45

    From Ores to Metals

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    Pages 47-66

    Metals

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    Pages 67-89

    Metallography and Microstructure of Metallic Artifacts

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    Pages 91-105

    The Investigation of Archaeometallurgical Slag

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    Pages 107-131

    Technical Ceramics

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    Pages 133-159

    Methods of Mining Archaeology (Montanarchäologie)

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    Pages 161-192

    Experimental Archaeometallurgy

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    Pages 193-215

    Ethnoarchaeological and Historical Methods

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    Pages 217-238

    Chemical and Isotopic Studies of Ancient Metals

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    Pages 239-268

    Provenance Determination of Archaeological Metal Objects

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    Pages 269-301

    A Conservator’s Perspective on Ancient Metallurgy

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    Pages 303-328

    Copper Working Technologies, Contexts of Use, and Social Complexity in the Eastern Woodlands of Native North America

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    Pages 329-359

    Mesoamerican Metallurgy: the Perspective from the West

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    Pages 361-422

    Andean Metallurgy in Prehistory

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    Pages 423-446

    Production Networks and Consumer Choice in the Earliest Metal of Western Europe

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    Pages 447-472

    Aspects of Metalworking and Society from the Black Sea to the Baltic Sea from the Fifth to the Second Millennium BC

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    Pages 473-506

    Early Metallurgy in the Central Mediterranean

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    Pages 507-527

    Cairo to Cape: The Spread of Metallurgy through Eastern and Southern Africa

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    Pages 529-557

    Organization and Specialization of Early Mining and Metal Technologies in Anatolia

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