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Rothenberg, B. Chalolithic Copper Smelting: Excavations and Experiments (Archaeo-Metallurgy IAMS monograph ; no. 1). ISBN 13: 9780906183007. Rothenberg, B.
Chalcolithic Copper Smelting: Excavations and Experiments, Archaeo-Metallurgy IAMS monograph, Beno Rothenberg, . . A fabulous 16th century German book on mining and mineral extraction, written in Latin. This is an excellent reference for doing exactly what I wanted to do. It is a write-up of a series of labratory experiments duplicating the Timna furnaces. A bit dry, being Real Science, but it gets into details of construction and opperation that no one else did. De Re Metallica, Georgius Agricola, translated by Herbert Hoover.
In the absence of archaeological evidence, experiments in smelting tin (cassiterite) and copper (malachite . In The Ancient Metallurgy of Copper, B. Rothenberg (e. IAMS Monograph no. 1. London: IAMS, 27–49. Firesetting technology.
In the absence of archaeological evidence, experiments in smelting tin (cassiterite) and copper (malachite and chalcopy-rite) ores are now helping us to reconstruct some of the most rudimentary types of furnaces. London: IAMS, 78–122. Timberlake, . Grattan, . and Forsyth, S. 2000.
Chalcolithic Copper Smelting In Archaeometallurgy in Europe: Proceedings of the International Conference .
Chalcolithic Copper Smelting. Craddock, 314. London: Archetype Publications. In Archaeometallurgy in Europe: Proceedings of the International Conference, 57786. Milan: Associazione Italiana di Metallurgia.
Archaeo-metallurgy monograph no. 5 1 pp. London : Institute for l Studies. This monograph is concerned principally with one site, a small smelting camp at Timna in the southern Negev, which was excavated in 1965. Unfortunately the lavish level of production is reflected in the price, which is at least twice what might be expected from good quality offset-litho.
Is it possible that such ingots of rather rough, irregular shape, were actually produced in many Chalcolithic and other prehistoric smelters, but not identified or reported by the excavators.
Institute for l Studies, 1990 - 191 pagine. Dall'interno del libro. Copper smelting furnaces tuyeres slags ingotmoulds.
There is no preparatory reading for this session. Copper ornaments in the Iberian Chalcolithic: technology versus social demand. Recent discoveries and excavations of 6th-2nd century BC furnaces in SW Germany. Historical Metallurgy 36(2), 71-77. MINING ARCHAEOLOGY The archaeology of mining will be touched upon, but not addressed comprehensively within this programme, as it will be covered in special seminars at the Institute (particularly the IAMS Summer School in Ancient Metallurgy – watch out for publicity in the spring!). Online Pernicka, . Begemann, F. and Schmitt-Strecker, S. 1993.
Chalcolithic Copper Smelting: Excavation and Experiments. In P. Budd (e. Archaeological Sciences 169–174. London, Institute for l Studies. Archaeo-Metallurgy Monograph No. ^ Tylecote R. F. and Merkel J. 1985. Experimental Smelting Techniques: Achievements and Future. Monograph No. 9. ^ Tylecote and Merkel 1985, 10–11. Hetherington . 1991.
The first series of pilot experiments set by Mr Bartoli aimed to test and validate . A reconstruction of copper smelting at Timna Archaeo-metallurgy IAMS monograph no. London: Institute for l Studies.
The first series of pilot experiments set by Mr Bartoli aimed to test and validate the hypothesis of the use of olive oil to reach temperatures useful for the smelting operations, both with and without the addition of any artificial ai. A reconstruction of copper smelting at Timna. Archaeo-metallurgy IAMS monograph no. Tylecote, R. and Merkel, J.
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