Scientific Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics: A Handbook of Resources
The focus of attention in ceramic research is increasingly turning away from duplicative amassing and reporting of material and towards synthetic work. This handbook sets out information which might be sought by ceramic analysis, and gives broad outlines of the different methods of analysis.
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amphorae analysis aka applications Archaeol Sci archaeological ceramics Archaeological Science Archaeology Archaeology University archaeomagnetic archaeomagnetic dating Archaeometry atomic number British Museum carbon Ceramic Petrology characteristic classification of fabrics colour compositional analysis Description of fabrics diffraction ED-XRF EDXA electron microscopy emission English Heritage examination Excavations firing temperatures Freestone geological glaze groups Heavy mineral Hughes identified ionisation mass spectrometry isotopes kiln Kingery London luminescent dating magnetic mass spectrometry Medieval Ceramics Medieval Pottery methods Middleton Mossbauer spectroscopy National Reference Collection Neutron activation analysis Occasional Paper organic temper Orton petrographic petrology PIXE potential pottery powder programme of analysis quantitative quartz radiocarbon dating radiography raw materials Research residues RLAHA Roman Romano-British sample SASAA scanning electron microscope scientific analysis Shepard sherd statistical surface thermal ionisation thermal ionisation mass Thermoluminescence thin sections thin-section Tite trace elements vessel wares X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Yes Yes