By Michael D. Glascock, Robert J. Speakman, Rachel S. Popelka-Filcoff
content material: increasing the diversity of electron spin resonance relationship --
towards the type of colorants in archaeological textiles of japanese North the USA --
Infrared exam of fiber and particulate residues from archaeological textiles --
Extraction and research of DNA from archaeological specimens --
utilizing archaeological chemistry to enquire the geographic origins of trophy heads within the primary Andes: strontium isotope research on the Wari website of Conchopata --
analyzing reliable isotopic analyses: case stories on Sardinian prehistory --
Bitumen in neolithic Iran: biomolecular and isotopic facts --
floor research of a black deposit from Little misplaced River Cave, Idaho --
Shell bead sourcing: a comparability of 2 thoughts on Olivella biplicata shells and beads from Western North the US --
Archaeological soils and sediments: software of microfocus synchrotron X-ray scattering, diffraction, and fluorescence analyses in thin-section --
Quantitative modeling of soil chemical info from inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy unearths proof for cooking and consuming in historical Mesoamerican plazas --
Chemical composition of tune dynasty, chinese language, copper-based cash through strength dispersive X-ray fluorescence --
Elemental compositions of Herodian Prutah, copper coins-of the Biblical "widow's mites" series--via strength dispersive X-ray fluorescence --
Chemical composition of the Isfiya and Qumran coin hoards --
chosen functions of laser ablation inductively coupled plasma--mass spectrometry to archaeological examine --
comparing the precision specifications for isotope ratio choice of archaeological fabrics utilizing laser ablation-time-of-flight-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry expanding ratio precision --
Lead isotope research of Roman carthage curse drugs --
Laser ablation--inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry research of old copper alloy artifacts --
Laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry research utilized to the characterization of Peruvian Wari ceramics --
Characterization of establishing fabrics from the brick chapel at historical St. Mary's urban --
Characterization of 15th-16th century Majolica pottery came upon at the Canary Islands --
Intraregional provenancing of Philistine pottery from Israel --
The expertise of Mesopotamian ceramic glazes --
research of old latter-day Saint pottery glazes by means of laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry --
Fingerprinting specular Hematite from mines in Botswana, Southern Africa --
Instrumental neutron activation research of Ochre artifacts from Jiskairumoko, Peru --
Feasibility of field-portable XRF to spot obsidian resources in principal Peten, Guatemala --
resources of archaeological obsidian in Peru: descriptions and geochemistry.
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