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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the University of Oxford

Volume 44, Number 2, May 2002

Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) applied to ancient pottery
pp. 155-176(22)
Authors: Mata, M. P.; Peacor, D. R.; Gallart-Martí, M. D.

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Alterations of Na, K and Rb concentrations in Mycenaean pottery and a proposed explanation using X-ray diffraction
pp. 187-198(12)
Authors: Garrigós, J. Buxeda i; Mommsen, H.; Tsolakidou, A.

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A scientific study of Choson white ware: early porcelain from a royal kiln at Kwangju Usanni
pp. 199-212(14)
Authors: Choo, C. K. Koh; Kim, K. H.; Lee, Y. E.; Kim, J. S.

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The origins of Byzantine glass from Maroni Petrera, Cyprus
pp. 257-272(16)
Authors: Freestone, I. C.; Ponting, M.; Hughes, M. J.

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The technology of early platinum plating: a gold mask of the La Tolita culture, Ecuador
pp. 273-284(12)
Authors: Meeks, N.; La Niece, S.; Estévez, P.

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Sources of mummy bitumen in ancient Egypt and Palestine
pp. 285-293(9)
Authors: Harrell, J. A.; Lewan, M. D.

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230Th/U dating of the Trojan ‘water quarries’
pp. 305-314(10)
Authors: Frank, N.; Mangini, A.; Korfmann, M.

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