By Michael D. Glascock, Robert J. Speakman, Rachel S. Popelka-Filcoff
content material: increasing the variety of electron spin resonance relationship --
towards the type of colorants in archaeological textiles of japanese North the US --
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 crucial Andes: strontium isotope research on the Wari website of Conchopata --
analyzing solid isotopic analyses: case reviews on Sardinian prehistory --
Bitumen in neolithic Iran: biomolecular and isotopic proof --
floor research of a black deposit from Little misplaced River Cave, Idaho --
Shell bead sourcing: a comparability of 2 recommendations 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 power dispersive X-ray fluorescence --
Elemental compositions of Herodian Prutah, copper coins-of the Biblical "widow's mites" series--via power 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 requisites for isotope ratio decision 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 historical copper alloy artifacts --
Laser ablation-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry research utilized to the characterization of Peruvian Wari ceramics --
Characterization of creating fabrics from the brick chapel at ancient St. Mary's urban --
Characterization of 15th-16th century Majolica pottery discovered 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 imperative Peten, Guatemala --
resources of archaeological obsidian in Peru: descriptions and geochemistry.
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Through extensive visual examination and forensic photography of archaeological textiles, regions of particular interest may be determined, even when these are not visible to the naked eye. Informed by these photographs, samples may be selected which are more likely to contain important information about the chemistry of the fabric. That is, if there are variations in the chemistry due to coloration for example, forensic photography aids in displaying that variation and representative samples can be chosen.
The obverse side of the different fragments that are housed together were examined, described and photographed. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2007. 33 the Seip textiles. To be able to examine the reverse side of the textiles, they had to be turned over. Instead of doing this one fragment at a time and compromising the integrity of the fragile pieces, another sheet of flocking paper was placed on top of the textile assemblage. Bottom and top flocking paper were held together firmly and flipped over in one steady motion to display the reverse side of the textile fragments arranged as they were placed in the housing.
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