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Anon., "Spuren im Skelett: Mit Hilfe eines Gentests wurden die Gebeine der Zarenfamelie Identifiziert," Der Spiegel No.9 251-254 (1994).
K. Brown and T. Brown, “Ancient DNA and the Archaeologist” Antiquity 66: 10-23 (1992).
M.W. Browne, "Scientists Study Ancient DNA for Glimpses of Past Worlds," New York Times 25 June (1991).
C. Cattaneo, K. Gelsthorpe, P. Phillips and R.J. Sokol “Blood Residues on Stone Tools: Indoor and Outdoor Experiments” World Archaeology 25 1 29-43 (1993).
C. Cattaneo, K. Gelsthorpe, P. Phillips R.J. Sokol and D. Smillie,

“Identification of Ancient Blood and Tissue - ELISA and DNA Analysis” Antiquity 65 878-881 (1991).

L. Cavalli-Sforza, The History and Geography of Human Genes. Princeton University Press (1994). 413pp.
J. Cherfas, “Ancient DNA: Still Busy After Death” Science 253 1354-1356 (1991).
J. Darton, “Scientists Confirm Identification of Bones as Czar’s,” New York Times 10 July (1993).
T. Egan, “Tribe Stops Study of Bones That Challenge History,” New York Times 30 September (1996).
M. Farley, and J. Harrington Forensic DNA Technology. Lewis Publishers, Michigan (1991).
R. Foley, “The Search for Early Man” Archaeology 20 January/February 27-32 (1989).
A. Goodheart, “Mapping the Past” Civilization 40-47 (March/April 1996).
D. Grimaldi, “Captured in Amber” Scientific American 84-91 (April 1996).
B. Herrman and S. Hummel, Editors, Ancient DNA: Recovery and Analysis of Genetic Material from Palenotological, Archaeological, Museum, Medical and Forensic Specimens, Springer-Verlag, New York (1994). 263pp.
T. Hilchey, “Origin of Turtles in Mediterranean Traced to U.S.,” New York Times 13 September (1994). p. C4
P. Hilts, “Decipherers of Dead Sea Scrolls Turn to DNA Analysis for Help” New York Times, 28 March (1995). p. 1.
L. Levathes, "Scientist at Work: Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza; A Geneticist Maps Ancient Migrations," New York Times 27 July (1993). p. 1.
P.H. Loy, “The Artifact as Site: An Example of the Biomolecular Analysis of Organic Residues on Prehistoric Tools” World Archaeology 25 1 44-63 (1993).
R. Nowak, “Forensic DNA Goes to Court With O.J.” Science 2 September (1994). pp. 1352-1354.
R.L. Reese, E.J. Mawk, J.N. Derr, M. Hyman, M.W. Rowe, and S.K. Davis, " Ancient DNA in Texas Rock Paintings," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 378-390.
M. Richards, K. Smalley, B. Sykes and H. Roberts, “Archaeology and Genetics: Analysing DNA from Skeletal Remains” World Archaeology 25 1 18-28 (1993).
P. Ross, “Eloquent Remains” Scientific American 266 115-125 (1992).
G. Slattery, “No Rest for the Deceased,” New York Times 2 May (1998).
C. Stringer and C. Gamble, In Search of the Neanderthals Thames and Hudson, New York (1993). 247pp.
K.D. Thomas, “Molecular Biology and Archaeology: A Prospectus for Interdisciplinary Research” World Archaeology 25 1 1-17 (1993).
I. Thuesen, “Paleogenetics: DNA for the Archaeologist” American Journal of Archaeology 99 1 136-139 (1995).
R. Vargas-Sanders, Z. Salazar, and Ma.C. Enriquez, "Ancient Nucleic Acids in Prehispanic Mexican Populations," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 391-400.
N. Wade, “Gene of Mideast Ancestor May Link 4 Disparate Peoples,” New York Times 22 August (1997). p.A19.
J.N. Wilford, "Support for Early Date of Arrival in America," New York Times 1 February (1994).
Wilford, J.N., “Bones May be Those of Powerful Maya Ruler” New York Times 6 June (1995). p. 6.
P. Zurer, "DNA Profiling: Judge Bars Unreliable Results," C&ENews 21 August (1989). p.6.

Field Methods

B.D. Dillon, Editor, Practical Archaeology: Field and Laboratory Techniques and Archaeological Logistics, Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles (1982) 125pp.
The University Museum, Preserving Field Records: Archival Techniques for Archaeologists and Anthropologists, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (1985) ix + 102pp.
K. Walker, Guidelines for the Preparation of Excavation Archives for Long-Term Storage, UKIC Archaeology Section, London (1990) vi + 30pp.

Forensic Anthropology

Anon., “A Disputed 9,300-Year-Old Skeleton Examined,” New York Times 3 March (1999).
Anon., “Bones Found in Lima Verified as the Remains of Pizarro,” New York Times 25 April (1984).
Anon., “Stone Age Man had Modern Pains, Study Says,” New York Times 1 December (1994). p.A18.
Anon., “Suspect In Death of Mozart: His Doctor,” New York Times 3 December (1991).
P.S.I. Barry, “A Comparison of Concentrations of Lead in Human Tissue,” British Journal of Industrial Medicine 32 (1975). pp. 119-139.
R. O. Becker, J. A. Spadaro and E. W. Berg, “The Trace Elements of Human Bone,” Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 50A 326-334 (1968).
R. Bernstein, “Pharonic Forensics: King Tut as Murder Victim,” New York Times 6 May (1998).
D. R. Brothwell, Digging Up Bones (Second Edition), British Museum, London (1972).
A.Chamberlain, Human Remains, British Museum Press, London (1994). 64pp.
D. Eckstein, M. G. L. Baillie and H. Egger, Handbooks for Archaeologists, No. 2: Dendrochronogical Dating, European Science Foundation, Strasbourg (1984). 55pp.
R.P. Evershed, "Lipids from Samples of Skin from Seven Dutch Bog Bodies: Preliminary Report," Archaeometry 32, Part 2 139-154 August (1990).
R.D. Gillard, A.M. Pollard, P.A. Sutton, and D.K. Whittaker, "An Approved Method for Age at Death Determination from the Measurement of D-aspartic Acid in Dental Collagen," Archaeometry 32, Part 1 61-70 February (1990).
P. Grandjean and B. Holma, “A History of Lead Retention in the Danish Population,” Environmental Physiological Biochemistry 3 268-273 (1973).
R. Grün and C.B. Stringer, "Electron Spin Resonance Dating and the Evolution of Modern Humans," Archaeometry 33, Part 2 153-200 August (1991).
C. Holden, "Kennewick Man Gets His Day in the Lab," Science 1240 26 February (1999)
S. Jarcho, “Lead in the Bones of Prehistoric Lead Glaze Potters,” American Antiquity 30 94-96 (1964).
Z. Jaworowski, “Stable Lead in Fossil Ice and Bones,” Nature 217 152-153 (1968).
L.L. Klepinger, "Can Elemental Analysis of Archaeological Skeletons Determine Past Diet and Health?" In Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials," S.U. Wisseman and W.S. Williams, Editors, Gordon and Breach, Langhorne, PA (1993) pp. 87-98.
M. Marriott, "President Zachary Taylor's Body To Be Tested for Signs of Arsenic," New York Times 15 June (1991) p. 1.
T.D. Stewart, Essentials of Forensic Anthropology Thomas, Springfield, IL (1979). 300pp.
D. Stout, “CAT Scan for 3,000-Year-Old Mummy,” New York Times 1 November (1995). p. B6.
R.H. Tykot, N.J. van der Merwre, and N. Hammond, "Stable Isotope Analysis of Bone Collagen, Bone Apatite, and Tooth Enamel in the Reconstruction of Human Diet: A Case Study from Cuello, Belize," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 355-365.
H. A. Waldron, “Lead Poisoning in the Ancient World,” Medical History 17 392-399 (1973).
H. A. Waldron, A. Mackie and A. Townshend, “The Lead Content of Some Romano-British Bones,” Archaeometry 18 (Part 2) 221-227 (1976).
J. N. Wilford, “Entirely Preserved Inca Mummies Found,” New York Times 7 April (1999).
S.U. Wisseman, "Imaging the Past: Non-Destructive Analysis of an Egyptian Mummy," In Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials," S.U. Wisseman and W.S. Williams, Editors, Gordon and Breach, Langhorne, PA (1993) pp. 217-234.

Geochemistry: Potassium-Argon Dating

Anon., "The Potassium/Argon System of Age Determination," In Services in Age Determination, Teledyne Isotopes, Westwood, New Jersey (undated). pp.10-15.
G.B. Dalrymple and M.A. Lanphere, Potassium-Argon Dating: Principles, Techniques and Applications to Geochronology, Freeman, San Francisco (1969). xiv + 258pp.
H. Faul, "Potassium-Argon Dating," In Dating Methods for the Archaeologist, H.N. Michael and N.K. Ralph, Editors, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1971). Chapter 6.
H. Garniss, "Improvements in Potassium-Argon Dating: 1962-1975," World Archaeology 7 No.2 198-209 (1975).
J.W. Michaels, "Potassium-Argon Dating," In Dating Methods in Archaeology, Seminar Press, New York (1973). Chapter 10.
O.A. Schaffer and J. Zahringer, Potassium Argon Dating, Springer-Verlag, New York (1966). xi + 234pp.

Glass: Dating and Provenance

R.G.V. Hancock, S. Aufreiter, J-F. Moreau, and I. Kenyon, "Chemical Chronology of Turquoise Blue Glass Trading Beads from the Lac-Saint-Jean Region of Québec," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 23-36.
J.B. Lambert, S.C. Johnson, R.T. Parkhurst, and B. Bronson, "Analysis of Ninth Century Thai Glass," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 10-22.
W. Lanford, "Glass Hydration: A Method for Dating Glass Objects," Science 196 No.4293 975-976 (1977).
A. Polak, "Venetian Renaissance Glass: The Problems of Dating `vetro e filigrana'," Connoisseur 192 270-277 (1976).
R. Reif, "Seeing Through Period Glass Fakery," New York Times 17 June (1979) p. D34.
A.E. Werner, M. Bimson and N.D. Meeks, "Use of Replica Techniques and Scanning Electron Microscopy in the Study of Ancient Glass," Journal of Glass Studies 17 158-160 (1975).

Glass: Fission Track Dating

R.H. Brill, "Applications of Fission-Track Dating to Historic and Prehistoric Glasses," Archaeometry 7 51-57 (1964).
R.H. Brill, R.L. Fleischer, P.B. Price and R.M. Walker, "The Fission-Track Dating of Man-Made Glasses: Preliminary Results," Journal of Glass Studies 7 151-156 (1964).
H. Faul and G.A. Wagner, "Fission Track Dating," In Dating Techniques for the Archaeologist, Editors, H.N. Michael and E.K. Ralph, MIT, Cambridge, MA (1971). Chapter 5.
R.L. Fleischer and P.B. Price, "Uranium Contents of Ancient Man-Made Glass," Science 144 841-842 (1964).
R.L. Fleischer, P.G. Price and R.M. Walker, "Nuclear Tracks in Solids," Scientific American 220 30-39 (1969).
S. Frank, Glass and Archaeology, Academic Press, New York and London (1982). xi + 155pp.
D. Miller and E. Jager, "Fission Tracck Ages of Some Alpine Micas," Earth and Planetary Science Letters 4 375-378 (1968).
C.W. Naeser and F.C.W. Dodge, "Fission Track Ages of Accessory Minerals from Granitic Rocks from the Sierra Nevada Batholith," Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 80 2201-2212 (1969).
G.A. Wagner and D. Storzer, "Die Interpretation von Spaltspurenaltern und Beispiel von natürlichen Gläsern, Apatiten und Zirkonen," Ecologae Geologicae Helvetiae 63 335-344 (1970).
N. Watanabe and M. Suzuki, "Fission Track Dating of Archaeological Glass Materials from Japan," Nature 222 1057-1058 (1959).

Glass: Weathering

(Glass Layer Counting)

R.H. Brill and H.P. Hood, "A New Method for Dating Ancient Glass," Nature 189 No.4738 12-14 (1961).

W.A. Lanford, "Glass Hydration: A Method of Dating Glass Objects," Science 196 No.4293 975-976 (1977).
R.G. Newton, "Some Problems in the Dating of Ancient Glass by Counting the Layers in the Weathered Crust," Glass Technology 7 22-25 (1966).
M.S. Tite, "Glass Layer Counting" In Methods of Physical Examination in Archaeology, Seminar Press, New York (1972). pp.161-164.

Ice Cores

M. W. Browne, “Ice Cap Shows Ancient Mines Polluted the Globe,” New York Times 9 December (1997).
C.U. Hammer and H.B. Clausen, "The Precision of Ice-Core Dating," In D.A. Hardy and H.C. Renfrow, Editors, Thera and the Aegean World III, Volume 3, The Thera Foundation, London (1990). pp.174-178.
C.U. Hammer, H.B. Calusen and W. Dansgaard, "Greenland Ice Sheet Evidence of Post-Glacial Volcanism and Its Climactic Impact," Nature 288 230-235 (1980).
D.M. Pyle, "Ice-Core Acidity Peaks, Retarded Tree Growth and Putative Eruptions," Archaeometry 31 (Part 1) 88-91 (1989).
D.M. Pyle, "The Application of Tree-Ring and Ice-Core Studies to the Dating of the Minoan Eruption," In Thera and the Aegean World III, Volume 3, The Thera Foundation, London (1990). pp.167-173.
M. Ram and R.I. Gayley, "Long-Range Transport of Volcanic Ash to the Greenland Ice Sheet," Nature 349 401-404 (1991).
See Also: Case Studies: Thera Eruption

Location Methods: Aerial Photography

E.T. Avery, Interpretation of Aerial Photographs: An Introductory College Text-Book and Self-Instructional Manual, Burgess, Minneapolis (1962). 192pp.
G. Gumerman and J. Neely, "An Archaeologic Survey of the Tehuacan Valley, Mexico: A Test of Color Infrared Photography," American Antiquity 37 (1972).
C.L. Hamlin, "Machine Processing of Landsat Data," MASCA Newsletter 13 Nos.1/2 1-11 (1977).
E. Harp, "Threshold Indicators of Culture in Air Photo Archaeology: A Case Study in the Arctic," In Aerial Photography in Anthropological Field Research, E.Z. Vogt, Editor, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA (1974). pp. 14-27.
R. Palmer, "A Method of Transcribing Archaeological Sites from Oblique Aerial Photographs," Journal of Archaeological Science 3 No.4 391-394 (1976).
J. Quann, "The Pyramids from 900 Kilometers," MASCA Newsletter 13 Nos.1/2 12-14 (1977).
R.S. Solecki, "Practical Aerial Photography for Archaeologists," American Antiquity 22 337-351 (1957).
J.K.S. St. Joseph, Editor, The Uses of Air Photography, New Edition, John Baker, London (1977). 196pp.

Location Methods: General

M.J. Aitken, "Test for Correlation Between Dowsing Response and Magnetic Disturbance," Archaeometry 2 58-59 (1959).
J.C. Alldred, "Fluxgate Gradiometer for Archaeological Surveying," Archaeometry 7 14-19 (1964).
L.W. Alvarez et al., "Search for Hidden Chambers in the Pyramids," Science 167 832-839 (1970).
M. Barbetti, "Archaeomagnetic Analyses of Six Glozelian Ceramic Artifacts," Journal of Archaeological Science 3 137-151 (1976).
W. Bascom, "Deep-Water Archaeology," Science 174 No.4006 261-269 (1971).
T.J. Bellerby, M. Noel, and K. Branigan, "A Thermal Method for Archaeological Prospection: Preliminary Investigations," Archaeometry 32, Part 2 191-204 August (1990).
L.R. Binford, "A Consideration of Archaeologic Research Design," American Antiquity 29 425-441 (1964).
L.R. Binford, "Archaeology as Anthropology," In Contemporary Archaeology: A Guide to Theory and Contribution, M.P. Leone, Editor, Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, IL (1972). pp. 93-101.
L.R. Binford, "Interassemblage Variability: The Functional Argument," In The Explanation of Cultural Change: Models in Prehistory, C. Renfrew, Editor, University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA (1973). pp.227-254.
C. Bird, The Divining Hand: The Art of Searching for Water, Oil, Minerals, and other Natural Resources or Anything Lost, Missing or Badly Needed, E.P. Dutton, New York (1979). x + 340pp.
W.J. Broad, “Deep-Sea Clues to an Ancient Culture Discovered: Americans Using Remote-Controlled Sub in the Mediterranean Find a Phoenician Ship,” New York Times 12 October (1998). p. A 11.
J.A. Brown and S. Struever, "The Organization of Archaeological Research: An Illinois Example," Research and Theory in Current Archaeology, In C.L. Redman, Editor, Wiley, New York (1973). pp.261-280.
S.P. Burlatskaya and S.I. Braginsky, "The Comparison of Archaeomagnetic Data with Analytical Representation of the Geomagnetic Field for the Last 2000 Years," Archaeometry 20 (Part 1) 73-83 (1978).
A. Clark, Seeing Beneath the Soil: Prospecting Methods in Archaeology, Braintree, Batsford (1990). 176pp.
C. Colani, "A New Type of Locating Device: The Instrument," Archaeometry 9 3-8 (1966).
C. Colani and M.J. Aitken, "A New Type of Locating Device: Field Trials," Archaeometry 9 9-19 (1966).
R.C. Eidt, "Detection and Examination of Anthrosols by Phosphate Analysis," Science 197 1327-1333 (1977).
R. Evans and R.J.A. Jones, "Crop Marks and Soils at Two Archaeological Sites in Britain," Journal of Archaeological Science 4 No.1 63-76 (1977).
B.M. Fagan, Editor, "Field Survey in Archaeology," In Introductory Readings in Archaeology, Little, Brown and Co., Boston, MA (1970). Chapter 2.
F. Foster and T. Hackens, "Decco Metal Detector Survey on Delos," Archaeometry 11 165-172 (1969).
F.H. Goodyear, Archaeological Site Science, American Elsevier, NY and Heinemann Education Books, London (1971). xiv + 282pp.
T.R. Hester, R.F. Heizer and J.A. Graham, Field Methods in Archaeology, 6th Edition, Mayfield, Palo Alto, CA (1975, c.1949). vii + 408pp.
E.R. Holles, "Sonar to Aid Hunt for Lost Leonardo," New York Times 25 July (1975). p.12.
M. Johnson, "A Quest in the Park for a Graveyard," New York Times 20 November (1988).
G.V. Keller and F.C. Frischknecht, Electrical Methods in Geophysical Prospecting, Pergamon, Oxford and New York (1966). vii + 519pp.
J.S. Kopper and K.M. Creer, "Paleomagnetic Dating and Stratigraphic Interpretation in Archaeology," MASCA Newsletter 12 No.1 1-3 (1976).
P.E. Leach, Surveying Archaeological Sites, Institute of Archaeology, London (1988). iv + 52pp.
M. Noel and T.J. Bellerby, "Thermal Archeological Surveying: A Recording Soil Temperature Probe," Archaeometry 32, Part 1 83-90 February (1990).
J. Ruppe, "The Archaeology Survey: A Defense," American Antiquity 31 313-333 (1966).
J. Scott-Elliot, "Archaeological Detection," Journal of the British Society of Dowsers 14 338-348 (1958).
A. Sjoeberg, "Phosphate Analysis of Anthropic Soils," Journal of Field Archaeology 3 No.4 447-454 (1976).
A. Spaulding, "Statistical Techniques for the Discovery of Artifact Types," American Antiquity 18 305-313 (1953).
W. Sullivan, "Ruins of the Ancient City of Anshan are Uncovered in Southwest Iran," New York Times 3 May (1973).
A. Tabbagh and A. Hesse, "Thermal Arcaheological Surveying: Comment on Research Note by Noel and Bellerby," Archaeometry 33, Part 1 119-120 February (1991).
M.S. Tite, "Location," In Methods of Physical Examination in Archaeology, Seminar Press, New York (1972). pp.7-57.
J.D. Wilcock, "Prospecting at South Cadbury: An Exercise in Computer Archaeology," Science and Archaeology 1 No.1 9-11 (1970).

Location Methods: Magnetic Prospecting

M.J. Aitken, "Magnetic Prospecting I: The Water-Newton Survey," Archaeometry 1 24-26 (1959).
M.J. Aitken, "Magnetic Prospecting: The Proton Magnetometer," Archaeometry 2 40-42 (1959).
M.J. Aitken, "Magnetic Prospecting: The Proton Gradiometer," Archaeometry 3 38-40 (1960).
M.J. Aitken, "Proton Magnetometer and Resistivity Tests in Ashdod," Anitquot (English Series). IX-X 221-222 (1971).
J. Barto Arnold III and C.J. Clausen, "A Magnetometer Survey with Electronic Positioning Control and Calculator-Plotter System," Historical Archaeology 9 26-40 (1975).
C.M. Batt, "The British Archaeomagnetic Calibration Curve: An Objective Treatment," Archaeometry 39, Part 1 153-168 February (1997).
B. Bevan, "A Magnetic Survey at Les Forges du Saint-Maurice," MASCA Newsletter 11 No.2 1 (1975).
R.E. Chávez, M.C. Hernández, J. Herrera, and M.E. Cámara, "A Magnetic Survey over La Maja, an Archaeological Site in Northern Spain," Archaeometry 37, Part 1 171-184 February (1995).
J.L. Eighmy, "Archeomagnetism: New Data on the South-West U.S.A. Master Virtual Geomagnetic Pole Curve," Archaeometry 33, Part 2 201-214 August (1991).
E.K. Ralph, "Comparison of a Proton and Rubidium Magnetometer for Archaeological Prospecting," Archaeometry 7 20-27 (1964).
I. Scollar, "Some Techniques for the Evaluation of Archaeological Magnetometer Surveys," World Archaeology 1 No.1 77-89 (1969).
A. Tabbagh, "Simultaneous Measurement of Electrical Conductivity and Dielectric Permittivity of Soils Using a Slingram Electromagnetic Device in Medium Frequency Range," Archaeometry 36, Part 1 159-170 February (1994).
D. Walton, "Archaeomagnetic Intensity Measurements Using a SQUID Magnetometer," Archaeometry 19 (Part 2) 192-200 (1977).

Location Methods: Radar

B. Bevan and J. Kenyon, "Ground Penetrating Radar for Historical Archaeology," MASCA Newsletter 11 No.2 2-7 (1975).
N. Clapp, The Road to Ubar: Finding the Atlantis of the Sands, Houghton Mifflin, Boston (1998). 342pp. See Also Book Review: M. Kakutani, “Stumbling Upon the Desert’s Secret,” New York Times 27 February (1998).
D. Goodman, Y. Nishimura, T. Uno, and T. Yamamoto, "A Ground Radar Survey of Medieval Kiln Sites in Suza City, Western Japan," Archaeometry 36, Part 2 317-326 August (1994).
C. Meats, “An Appraisal of the Problems Involved in Three-Dimensional Ground Penetrating Radar Imaging of Archaeological Features,” Archaeometry 38, Part 2 359-379 August (1996).
W. Sullivan, "Radar to Hunt Treasure in a Pyramid," New York Times 23 April (1974).
R.S. Vickers and L.T. Dolphin, "A Communication on an Archaeological Radar Experiment at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico," MASCA Newsletter 11 No.1 6-8 (1975).
J.N. Wilford, “Space Radar to Study Khmer Temples at Angkor,” New York Times 7 February (1995).

Marble Provenance:


V. Barbin, K. Ramseyer, D. Decrouez and R. Herb, "Marbres blancs: caractérisations par cathodo- luminescence," C.R. Académie des sciences 308 série II 861-866 (1989).

V. Barbin, K. Ramseyer, S.J. Burns, D. Decrouez, J.L. Maier and J. ChaMay "Cathodoluminescence Signature of White Marble Artefacts," In Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology II, P.B. Vandiver, J. Druzik and G.S. Wheeler, Editors, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990). pp.299-308.
V. Barbin, K. Ramseyer, D. Fontignie, S.J. Burns and D. Decrouez, “Differentiation of Blue Cathodoluminescing White Marbles,” In Ancient Stones: Quarrying, Trade and Provenance, M. Waelkens, N. Herz and L. Moens, Editors, Leuven University Press (1992). pp. 231-236.
M. Corazza, G. Pratesi, C. Cipriani, A. Lo giudice, P. Rossi, E. Vittone, C. Manfredotti, E. Pecchioni, C. Manganelli del FÀ and F. Fratini, "Ionoluminescence and Cathodoluminescence in Marbles of Historic and Architectural Interest," Archaeometry 43, Part 4 439-446 September (2001).
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