New additions to the General and British Archaeo-metallurgical Bibliography

Oxford Archaeo-Metallurgy

The new or recent additions to the bibliography.

Abdu, B., Gordon, R. and Knopf, R. 2003. Interpretation of artefacts from Thomas Jefferson's nailery at Monticello, Virginia.  Journal of the Historical Metallurgy 37 (1) 43 - 50

Awty, B. 2003. The Queenstock furnace at Buxted, Sussex: the earliest in England?  Journal of the Historical Metallurgy 37 (1) 51 - 52

Cavalli, M. 2003. The development of trompes in pyro-metallurgical plants in the  Papal State.   Journal of the Historical Metallurgy 37 (1) 38 - 42

Chapdelaine, C., Kennedy, G.,  and Uceda Castillo, S. 2001. Neutron activation analysis of metal artefacts from the Moche site, north coast of Peru. Archaeometry 43(3) 373-391.

Coustures, M. P., Beziat, D. and Tollon, E., Domergue, C., Long, L. and Rebiscoul, A. 2003. The use of trace element analysis of entrapped slag inclusions to establish ore - bar iron links: examples from two Gallo-Roman iron-making sites in France (Les Martys, Montagne Noire, and Les Ferrys, Loiret). Archaeometry 45(4) 599-613

De Ryck, I., Adriaens A., and Adams, F. 2003. Microanalytical metal technology study of ancient Near Eastern bronzes from Tell Beydar. Archaeometry 45(4) 579-590

Gondonneau, A. and Guerra, M. F. 2002. The circulation of precious metal in the Arab Emprie: The case of the Near and Middle East. Archaeometry 44(4) 573-599.

Heiman, R.B., Kreher, U., Spazier, I. and Wetzler, G., 2001. Mineralogical and chemical investigation of bloomery slags from prehistoric (8th century BC to 4th century AD) iron production sites in Upper and Lower Lusatia, Germany. Archaeometry 44(2) 227-252.

Hunt, D.G. 2003. Oral traditions about early iron-working in the Caucasus Mountains. Journal of the Historical Metallurgy 37 (1) 1-5

Lascalea, G.E., Pifferetti, A., Fernandez de Rapp, M.E., Walsöe de Reca, N.E. and Northover, J.P. 2002. The material characterization of a Sanramarian ceremonial Axe. Archaeometry 44(1) 83-94.

Lombardi, G. 2002. A petrographic study of the csting core of the Lupa Capitolina bronze sculpture (Rome, Italy) and identifcation of its provenance. Archaeometry 44(4) 601-612.

Meeks, N., La Niece, S. and Estévez, P. 2002. The technology of ealry platimum plating: A gold mask of the La Tolita Culture, Ecuador. Archaeometry 44(2) 273-284.

Ponting, M.J. 2002. Roman military copper-alloy artefacts fron Israel: Questions of organization and ethnicity. Archaeometry 44(4) 555-571.

Ponting, M., Evans, J.A., and Pashley, V. 2003.  Fingerprinting of roman mints using laser-Ablation MC-ICP-MS lead isotope analysis. Archaeometry 45(4) 591-597

Powell, A.J., McDonnell, J.G., Batt, C.M. and Vernon, R.W. 2002. An assesment of the magnetic response of an iron smelting site. Archaeometry 44(4) 651-665.

Sayre, E.V., Joel, E.C., Blackman, M.J., Yener, K.A. and Özbal, H., 2001. Stable lead isotope studies of Black Sea Anatolian ore sources and related Bronze Age and Phrygian artefacts from nearby sites. Appendix: New Central Taurus ore data. Archaeometry 43(1) 77-115

Symonds, J.,(ed)  2002. The historical archaeology of the Sheffield Cutlery and Tableware Industry 1750-1900. BAR British Series 341. Archaeopress, Oxford.

Trincherini, P.R., Barbero, P., Quarati, P., Domergue, C. and Long, L. 2001. Where do the lead ingots of the Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer wreck come from? Archaeology compared with physics. Archaeometry 43(3) 393-406

Wagner, D.B. 2003. Chinese blast furnaces from the 10th to 14th century. Journal of the Historical Metallurgy 37 (1) 25 - 37

Wayman, M. and Wang H. 2003. Cast iron coins of Song dynasty China: a metallurgical study. Journal of the Historical Metallurgy 37 (1) 6-24

Abstracts Oxford Archaeo-Metallurgy

Any comments and suggestions for improvement would be welcome, also any suggestions for new entries to the bibliography please e-mail me :-
This update 30th Aug 2004; Modified 30th Aug 2004