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Lead isotope studies - Sardinia and the Mediterranean

Subtitle:
Provenance studies of artefacts found in Sardinia
Abstract:

It has been a principal aim of research at the Isotrace Laboratory in Oxford to establish Bronze Age trading patterns in the Mediterranean, especially for metals. The metals copper and tin, together with silver, lead and gold, were the metals which constituted the ‘trade’ in metals in the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean. Archaeology per se had failed to establish these trading patterns, as had scientific methods using chemical analyses. However it was established by the Isotrace Laboratory in ...

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Peer reviewed
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Oxford college:
Nuffield College
Department:
Mathematical,Physical & Life Sciences Division - Physics
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Author
Publisher:
Editions Monique Mergoil Publisher's website
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Instrumentum: Bulletin du Groupe de travail europeén sur l'artisanat et les productions manufacturées dans l'Antiquité
Volume:
23
Pages:
29-34
Publication date:
2006-06-05
ISSN:
1680-0443
URN:
uuid:fa859418-9d46-4663-af8e-78c841be4ced
Local pid:
ora:2558

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