Well Built Mycenae Fascicule 34.1: Technical Reports. the Results of Neutron Activation Analysis of Mycenaean Pottery

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Since 1890 when Sir Flinders Petrie first realised the importance of the Aegean pottery he had found in Egypt further discoveries of these wares have been noted with more than superficial interest. Early studies, however, right up to the mid 20th century, had to be based on stylistic, and thus often subjective, criteria. It is only more recently with the development of a range of scientific techniques that it has become possible to make serious attempts to ascertain the exact sources of this imported pottery. A key factor ...

Well Built Mycenae Fascicule 34.1: Technical Reports. The Results of Neutron Activation Analysis of Mycenaean Pottery 2012, Oxbow Books, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9781842175286

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