By A Mark Pollard, Carl Heron, Ruth Ann Armitage
The moment variation of this well known name Archaeological Chemistry builds at the profitable formulation of the 1st version. the prevailing case reports were increased to take account of recent views and new information within the intervening decade because the 1st version was once released. additionally, new chapters emphasise the numerous raise in molecular and isotopic research of natural continues to be. the 2 new chapters (stable isotopes and molecules and milk) assemble fresh literature approximately historical human diets.
Archaeological Chemistry 2d version goals to illustrate the significance and application of medical innovations utilized to the learn of the earlier. particularly, the function of chemistry is emphasized via a chain of case experiences. The authors current the medical research as a difficult box of enquiry instead of a regimen software of proven tactics.
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Some of the more relevant techniques of analysis are summarized as brieﬂy as possible in Chapter 2. The remaining chapters range in scope, but each includes a discussion of some of the underlying science. Chapter 3 reviews and updates the classic characterization studies undertaken with the aim of locating the source of the volcanic glass, obsidian. Chapter 4 reviews the structural chemistry of clays, and illustrates the power of chemical studies of ceramics with an example from Roman Britain and Gaul.
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