Query : archaeometry
- Dillmann, Philippe4
- Fluzin, Philippe4
- Berranger, Marion3
- Coustures, Marie-Pierre3
- Agua Martínez, Fernando2
- Alberto Riveros2
- Amoros, Victoria,2
- Aubert, Michel2
- Bellot-Gurlet, Ludovic2
- BORDESSOULLES, Muriel2
- Brageu, Rémi2
- Camizuli, Estelle2
- Cluzel, Jean-Sébastien2
- Dabosi, Francis2
- De Viguerie, Laurence2
- Delqué-Količ, Emmanuelle2
- Foy, Danièle2
- García Heras, Manuel2
- Huitorel, Guillaume2
- Ioannis Liritzis2
- Archaeology and Prehistory86
- Cultural Heritage and Museology18
- Art and Art History9
- Classical Studies9
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences6
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology5
- Biological Anthropology3
- Methods and Statistics3
- Economies and Finances2
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- Architecture and Space Management1
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Ethnoarcheology and archaeometry
International audience The discussion of this topic was very open and several points comes up from different speakers. The contribution of the Ethnology to the understanding of the use of some archaeological fondings, and the controversy between present and ancient technological process, etc, were s...
39th International Symposium on Archaeometry (ISA)
39th international Symposium on Archaeometry “50 years of ISA” 28 May to 1 June 2012 Leuven, Belgium All information at: http://ees.kuleuven.be/isa2012/.
Archaeometric research on the economy of the Celtic Gaule. 2009 half-yearly report
Archaeology and the challenge of measuring culture: An epistemological approach
If archaeology is defined as a particular type of survey of singular objects (aggregates including artefacts in the basement) by refocusing it on the issue of evidence, and if it is accepted to be extended to the most recent periods, the original plan for a systematic approach to the old “crops” it...
Appel à communication – Young Reseachers Archaeometry. 22-24/09/2019 à la MAE (Nanterre)
after two years in Germany, the workshop “Young Researchers in Archaeometry” will take place at the EAW in Nanterre from 22 to 24 September 2019 under the leadership of Manon Gosselin, Melissa Cadet and Thomas Rose. Master’s students, doctoral students and young doctors are invited to offer communic...
Measuring gold and ensuring its traceability from its origin; molten powders and gold metrology
Since Antiquity, men have always sought to develop new methods for determining the purity of gold. Today, it is the precise analysis of its impurities that represents a real scientific challenge. In order to determine their chemical signatures, several analytical techniques exist. These techniques,...
Limestone in the ancient town of Feurs, deposits and uses: State of play
by Jean-Claude BEAL, lecturer in Gallo-Roman archaeology, Archaeometry and Archeology Laboratory, MSH MOM. Attached to the Rhône in the east, the town of the Ségusiaves stretches from east to west from the confluence of the Ain to the river to the mountains of Forez, and from north to south from the...
Methodological contributions to the characterization of coloring materials : application to the ornate shelter of Leopard Cave (Erongo, Namibia)
The many rock paintings of Southern Africa are important witnesses of the ancestral practices of the populations who took part in their realization. In Central Namibia, although studies have been conducted on this art, traditionally attributed to hunter-gatherers, its chronological and archaeologica...
La placa de Amiadoso (Allariz, Ourense): Nuevos datos sobre el uso del mármol local en el noroeste de Hispania a partir de un estudio interdisciplinar = The Amiadoso plaque (Allariz, Ourense): New Data from an Interdisciplinary Studyabout the Use...
<p>In this paper we present a new study about the Amiadoso plaque (Allariz, Ourense) has been developed, in which this Roman object has been analysed from an interdisciplinary point of view based in the combination of stylistic and archaeometric studies of its material. Consequently, we have linked...
A Study on Specific Archaeometric Characteristics of Garment Accessories found in the Ibida Site, Romania
Our paper presents the composition and the morphological characteristics of the surface and interior of certain garment accessories found during the archaeological diggings made at Ibida, in Slava Rusă, Tulcea county, Romania. Based on that, we evaluated a series of archaeometric attributes concerni...
Limits of geocronology in the study of historical deposits
In this work, the methodological requirements, both physico-chemical and archaeological, which must meet the dates obtained with carbon data.14 are reviewed and discussed in order to provide reliable chronologies. It also shows the use of Bayesian statistics to combine the information provided by th...
Ceramic and SOCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN THE APPROVAL OF Atacama AND THE SUPERIOR LOA DURING THE INTERMEDIO PERIOD late to TRAVES OF THE fluorescence ANALYS OF RAYOS X PORTÁTIL
During the intermediate period Tardío the communities of San Pedro de Atacama and the Upper Loa produced similar ceramic types. Ceramics, together with other materials, suggest an intensification of a shared regional identity during this period. The X-ray fluorescence analysis with portable equipmen...
Historical and archaeometric study of two glazing from the Astorga Cathedral
The glass of the Astorga Cathedral is studied on the basis of two representative examples: the Jesús Asparture referred to Virgen Maria and the Apóstol San Simón (later XVI-XVIII). Its historical and artistic study and the archaeometry of a selection of glass fragments were carried out in order to o...
Looking for paint mixtures to glimpse pictorial techniques: a micro-stratigraphic physicochemical approach to the rock art from the Oyola’s Caves (Argentina)
Abstract Could not be possible that rock paintings with similar hues and morphologies were the result of different paint preparations inside a cave but distanced in time? Is there any archaeometric approach that allow us to evidence these subtle differences? Aiming to address these inquires, in this...
Conservation principles in innovative restoration technology in the Archaeological Heritage. Application in the ARQUEOLÁSER project
The purpose of this work is to highlight what the new technologies that are reaching us in the heritage sector can provide solutions to restoration problems that traditional procedures had failed to resolve or that the result obtained was not the most suitable for the proper conservation of the arch...
Minero-Petrographic Characterization of Chianocco Marble Employed for Palazzo Madama Façade in Turin (Northwest Italy)
The study of ancient marble plays an important role in the interpretation of historical and archaeological sites and gives interesting information about building materials used in ancient times and their trade routes. The present work focuses on Chianocco marble that represents one of the most impor...
Archaeometry’s Role in Cultural Heritage Sustainability and Development
The interdisciplinary field of archaeometry covers a wide range of subject categories and disciplines in relation to science and humanities. It is a well-established academic field of study and accredited part of higher education. Since its inception, the nomenclature designation of archaeometry sig...
The White Marbles of the Tomb of Christ in Jerusalem: Characterization and Provenance
In this work, samples of the white marbles enclosing the Tomb of Christ, as well as samples from the interior marble facades of the Holy Aedicule structure surrounding the Tomb of Christ in the Church of Resurrection in Jerusalem, are investigated using petrographic and isotopic analysis. The aim is...
Cyber-Archaeometry: Novel Research and Learning Subject Overview
The cyber archaeometry concerns a new virtual ontology in the environment of cultural heritage and archaeology. The present study concerns a first pivot endeavor of a virtual polarized light microscopy (VPLM) for archaeometric learning, made from digital tools, tackling the theory of mineral identif...
Mesovingian glass in the Mosane Valley — contribution of archaeometry to the study of techniques and economic history
The true and the fake: archaeometric investigations on two Bronze Age solid-hilted swords from East Flanders (Belgium)
The CAI-RN network
The CAI-RN archaeometry (Interdisciplinary Archeometry Competences — National Network) network maintains interinstitutional, interdisciplinary and inter-category structuring of archaeometry research communities. https://archeometrie.prod.lamp.cnrs.fr/ The network contributes through various actions...
Imbalance of uranium families and thermoluminescent timing: a case study at the prehispanic site of Coamiles, West Mexico
Guibert Pierre, Bechtel Françoise, Schvoerer Max, Waksman Yona. Imbalance of uranium families and thermoluminescent timing: a case study at the prehispanic site of Coamiles, West Mexico. In: Archaeometry review, No 20, 1996 pp. 103-113.
16th century glassware in Lyon: the sites of the Hôtel-Geu and Place Abbé-Larue
Summary. Two recent preventive archaeology operations in Lyon have delivered a particularly rich modern glassware: the site for the conversion of the Hôtel-Geu, units 1 and 2, and the site of No 1, place Abbé-Larue. Three sets come from contexts that are well dated by stratigraphy and ceramic furnit...
Decorated glass with enamel, white fillets or ‘golden’ fillets in southern France (16th century): State of Archaeological and Historical Documentation
Summary. Recent studies on craftsmen in modern times in southern France have made it possible to renew some of the problems relating to know-how, in particular those of glasses decorated with enamel, gold or white fillets in the 16th century. Archaeological data are still scarce and the imbalance wi...