Materials of Art and Archeology Bibliography



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D. Decrouez, V. Barbin, K. Ramseyer, J.-L. Maier and J. ChaMay "Tracing of Archaeological Marbles by Cathodoluminescence," In Science, Technology, and European Cultural Heritage, Editors, N.S. Baer, C. Sabbioni, and A.I. Sors, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (1991). pp.591-592.

Marble Provenance: General



G. Armiento, M. Brilli, M.C. Emanuele, R. Platania, and B. Turi, "Multi-method Marble Provenance Determinations: the Carrara Marbles as a Case Study for the Combined Use of Isotopic, Electron Spin Resonance and Petrographic Data," Archaeometry 42, Part 2 257-272 August (2000).
V. Barbin, J. ChaMay D. Decrouez, J.-L. Meier, K. Ramseyer, "A la recherche de l'origine des marbres blancs utilisées dans l'antiquité," Antike Kunst 32 No.2 155-158 (1989).
J. ChaMay J.-L. Maier, L. Moens, P. de Paepe, V. Barbin, K. Ramseyer, D. Decrouez, P. Roos and M. Waelkens, "L'Origine des marbres blancs de quelques statues du Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Genève: Étude scientifique pluridisciplinaire," Antike Kunst 33 No.2 138-148 (1990).
J. Clayton Fant, "Four Unfinished Sarcophagus Lids at Docimium and the Roman Imperial Quarry System in Phrygia," American Journal of Archaeology 89 655-661 (1985).
L. Conforto, M. Felici, D. Monna, L. Serva and A. Taddeucci, "A Preliminary Evaluation of Chemical Data (Trace Element). from Classical Marble Quarries in the Mediterranean," Archaeometry 17 (Part 2) 201-213 (1975).
D. Cordischi, D. Monna and A.L. Segre, "ESR Analysis of Marble Samples from Mediterranean Quarries of Archaeological Interest," Archaeometry 25 (Part 1) 68-76 (1983).
J.C. Fant, "Four Unifinished Sarcophagus Lids at Docimium and the Roman Imperial Quarry System in Phrygia," American Journal of Archaeology 89 655-662 (1985).
J.M. Heidke and E.J. Miksa, "Correspondence and Discriminant Analyses of Sand Temper Compositions, Tonto Basin, Arizona," Archaeometry 42, Part 2 273-300 August (2000).
N. Herz, "Petrofabrics and Classical Archaeology," American Journal of Science 253 299-305 (May 1955).
N. Herz and W.K. Pritchett, "Marble in Attic Epigraphy," American Journal of Archaeology 57 No.2 71-83 (1953).
N. Herz and D.B. Wenner, "Tracing the Origins of Marble," Archeology 34 14-21 (1981).
G.R. Lepsius, Griechische Marmorstudien, Preussische Akademie der Wissenshaften, Berlin (1890).
R.V. Lloyd, P.W. Smith and H.W. Haskell, "Evaluation of the Manganese ESR Method of Marble Characterization," Archaeometry 27 (Part 1) 108-116 (1985).
V. Mandi, Y. Maniatis, Y. Bassiakos and V. Kilikoglou, “Provenance Investigation of Marbles with ESR Spectroscopy: Further Developments,” In Ancient Stones: Quarrying, Trade and Provenance, M. Waelkens, N. Herz and L. Moens, Editors, Leuven University Press (1992). pp. 213-222.
L. Mannoni and T. Mannoni, Marble: The History of a Culture, Translated by P.J. Hammond-Smith, Facts on File Publications, NY (1985). 284pp.
E. Mello, D. Monna and M. Oddone, "Discriminating Sources of Mediterranean Marbles: A Pattern Recognition Approach," Archaeometry 30 (Part 1) 102-108 (1988).
L. Moens, P. Roos, J. DeRudder, P. DePaepe, J. van Hende and M. Waelkens, "A Multi-Method Approach to the Identification of White Marbles Used in Antique Artifacts," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade: NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Marble in Ancient Greece and Rome, Editors, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands (1988). pp.243-250.
L. Moens, P. Roos, J. DeRudder, P. DePaepe, J. van Hende and M. Waelkens, "Scientific Provenance Determination of Ancient White Marbles Sculptures Using Petrographic, Chemical, and Isotopic Data," In Marble: Art Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Ancient Sculpture, J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA (1990). pp.111-124.
D. Monna, P. Pensabene and J.P. Sodini, "L'Identificazione dei marmi: necessità, metodi, limiti," In Marmo restauro: situazione e prospettive: atti del convegno, Carrara, 31 maggio 1983, 4. Fiera marmi e machine, E. Dolci, Editor, Museo del Marmo, Carrara (1983). pp.34-61.
R. Newman, "Weathering Layers and the Authentication of Marble Objects," In Marble: Art Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Ancient Sculpture, J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA (1990). pp.263-282.
K. Polikreti and Y. Maniatis, "A New Methodology for the Provenance of Marble Based on EPR Spectroscopy," Archaeometry 44 Part 1 1-22 February (2002).
J. Riederer and J. Hoefs, "Die Bestimmung der Herkunft der Marmore von Büsten der Münchener Residenz," Naturwissenschaften 67 446-451 (1980).
P. Roos, L. Moens, J. DeRudder, P. DePaepe, J. van Hende and M. Waelkens, "Chemical and Petrographical Charaterization of Greek Marbles from Pentelikon, Naxos, Paros, and Thasos," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade: NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Marble in Ancient Greece and Rome, Editors, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands (1988). pp.263-272.
L. Rybach and H.-U. Nissen, "Neutron Activation of Mn and Na Traces in Marbles Worked by the Ancient Greeks," Radiochemical Methods of Analysis 1 105-117 (1965).
H. Wada, "Microscale Isotopic Zoning in Calcite and Graphite Crystals in Marble," Nature 331 7 January (1988). pp.61-63.
M. Waelkens, "From a Phrygian Quarry: The Provenance of the States of the Dacian Prisoners in Trajan's Forum at Rome," American Journal of Archaeology 89 641-653 (1985).
J.B. Ward-Perkins, "The Imported Sarcophagi of Roman Tyre," Bulletin du Musée de Beyrouth 22 109-145 (1969).
J.B. Ward-Perkins, "Nicomedia and the Marble Trade," Papers of the British School of Rome 48 23-68 (1980).
H.S. Washington, "The Identification of the Marbles Used in Greek Sculpture," American Journal of Archaeology (Second Series). 2 No.6 1-18 (1898).
L.E. Weiss, "Fabric Analysis of Some Greek Marbles and its Application to Archaeology," American Journal of Science 252 641-662 (1954).
See Also: Stone Provenance: General

Marble Provenance: Isotope Analysis



H. Craig and V. Criag, "Greek Marbles: Determination of Provenance by Isotopic Analysis," Science 176 401-403 (1972).
G. Faure, Principles of Isotope Geology, John Wiley, New York (1977). xii + 464pp.
K. Germann, G. Holzmann and F.J. Winkler, "Determination of Marble Provenance: Limits of Isotopic Analysis," Archaeometry 22 (Part 1) 99-106 (1980).
N. Herz, "Isotopic Analysis of Marble," In Archaeological Geology, G. Rapp, Jr., and J.A. Gifford, Editors, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT (1985). pp.331-351.
N. Herz, "Carbon and Oxygen Isotopic Ratios: A Data Base for Classical Greek and Roman Marble," Archaeometry 29 (Part 1) 35-43 (1987).
N. Herz, "The Oxygen and Carbon Isotopic Data Base for Classical Marble," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade: NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Marble in Ancient Greece and Rome, Editors, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands (1988). pp.305-314.
N. Herz, "Stable Isotope Analysis of Greek and Roman Marble: Provenance, Association, and Authenticity," In Marble: Art Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Ancient Sculpture, J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA (1990). pp.101-110.
N. Herz, A.P. Grimanes, H.S. Robinson, D.B. Wenner and M. Vassilaki-Grimani, "Science versus Art History: The Cleveland Museum Head of Pan and the Miltiades Marathon Victory Monument," Archaeometry 31 (Part 2) 161-168 (1989).
N. Herz, S.E. Kane and W.B. Hayes, "Isotopic Analysis of Sculpture from the Cryene Demeter Sanctuary," In Applications of Science in Examination of Works of Art, P.A. England and L. Van Zelst, Editors, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1985). pp.142-150.
N. Herz, D.G. Mose and D.B. Wenner, "87Sr/86Sr Ratios: A Possible Discriminant for Classical Marble Provenance," Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 14 514 (1982).
N. Herz and D.B. Wenner, "Assembly of Greek Marble Inscriptions by Isotopic Methods," Science 199 1070-1072 (1978).
L. Lazzarini, G. Moschinia and B.M. Stievano, "A Contribution to the Identification of Italian, Greek and Anatolian Marbles Through Petrological Study and the Evaluation of Ca/Sr Ratios," Archaeometry 22 (Part 2) 173-183 (1980).
L. Manfra, U. Masi and B. Turi, "Carbon and Oxygen Isotope Ratios of Marbles from Some Ancient Quarries of Western Anatolia and Their Archaeological Significance," Archaeometry 17 (Part 2) 215-221 (1975).
K. J. Matthews, L. Moens, S. Walker, M. Waelkens and P. De Paepe, “The Re-evaluation of Stable Isotope Data for Pentelic Marble,” In Ancient Stones: Quarrying, Trade and Provenance, M. Waelkens, N. Herz and L. Moens, Editors, Leuven University Press (1992). pp. 203-212
J.M. McCrea, "On the Isotopic Chemistry of Carbonates and a Paleotemperature Scale," Journal of Chemical Physics 18 No.6 849-857 (1950).
E. Mello, "Studio della provenienza di marmi bianchi mediante analisi degli elementi in tracce e uso della pattern recogition all'elaboratore elettronico," In Marmo restauro: situazione e prospettive: atti del convegno, Carrara, 31 maggio 1983, 4. Fiera marmi e machine, E. Dolci, Editor, Museo del Marmo, Carrara (1983). pp.150-163.
S. Walker, "Marble Origins by Isotopic Analysis," World Archaeology 16 No.2 204-221 (1984).

Neutron Activation Analysis

D.E. Arnold, H. Neff, and M.D. Glascock, "Testing Assumptions of Neutron Activation Analysis: Communities, Workshops, and Paste Preparation in Yucatán," Archaeometry 42, Part 2 301-316 August (2000).
G. Cappanesi, C. Seccaroni, A.F. Sedda, V. Majerini, and S. Musco, "Classification of Fifteenth- to Nineteenth-century Mortars from Gabii Using Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis," Archaeometry 33, Part 2 255-266 August (1991).
D.M. Cavagnaro, Editor, Archaeology, Site Studies, Activation Analysis, Preservation and Remote Sensing: A Bibliography with Abstracts, Volume 1, U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA (1978).
C. Chapdelaine, G. Kennedy, and S. Uceda Castillo, "Neutron Activation Analysis of Metal Artefacts from the Moche Site, North Coast of Peru," Archaeometry 43 Part 3 373-420 August (2001).
G.R. Gilmore, "Activation Analysis and Archaeometry," Proceedings of the Analytical Division of the Chemistry Society 13 No.4 99-103 (1976).
B. Gratuze and J-N. Barrandon, "Islamic Glass Weights and Stamps: Analysis Using Nuclear Techniques," Archaeometry 32, Part 2 155-162 August (1990).
J. Gunneweg and H. Mommsen, "Instrumental Neutron Actuivation Analysis and the Origin of Some Cult Objects and Edomite Vessels from the Horvat Qitmit Shrine," Archaeometry 32, Part 1 7-18 February (1990).
R.G.V. Hancock, A. Chafe, and I. Kenyon, "Neutron Activation Analysis of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century European Blue Glass Trade Beads from the eastern Great Lakes Area of North America," Archaeometry 36, Part 2 253-266 August (1994).
M.J. Hughes, M.R. Cowell and D.R. Hook, Editors, Neutron Activation and Plasma Emission Spectometric Analysis in Archaeology: Techniques and Applications, British Museum Occasional Paper No.82, British Museum, London (1991). xi + 248pp.

Review: E.V. Sayre, "Neutron Activation Analysis in Archaeology," Archaeomaterials 7 No.1 173-176 (1993).


J.L. Joron, M. Trevil and H. Jaffrezic, "Trace Elements Archaeochemistry in Different Sigillated Potteries, Using Neutron Activation Analysis," Journal of Radioanalytical Chemistry 39 No.1 63-67 (1977).
I. Kenyon, R.G.V. Hancock, and S. Aufreiter, "Neutron Activation Analysis of AD 1660-1930 European Copper-Coloured Blue Glass Trade Beads from Ontario, Canada," Archaeometry 37, Part 2 323-338 August (1995).
M. Kerschner, H. Mommsen, T. Beier, D. Heimermann, and A. Hein, "Neutron Activation Analysis of Bird Bowls and Related Archaic Ceramics from Miletus," Archaeometry 35, Part 2 197-210 August (1993).
A. Schwedt and H. Mommsen, H.-G. Stephan, and D. Gaimster, "Neutron Activation Analyses of 'Falke-Group' Stoneware," Archaeometry 45 Part 2 199-220 May (2003).
B. Tuğrul, "An Application of Neutron Radiography to Archaeology," Archaeometry 32, Part 1 55-60 February (1990).
See Also: Nuclear Analytical Methods (Part IV).

Obsidian: Dating and Provenance



Anon., "Trade in Ancient Peru Traced with Obsidian," Chemistry and Engineering News, January 30 (1978). p.24.
F.R. Beardsley, G.G. Coles, and W.S. Ayres, "Provenance Studies on Easter Island Obsidian: An Archaeological Application," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 47-63.
P.D. Bouey, "Recognizing the Limits of Archaeological Applications of Non-Destructive Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Obsidians," 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.309-320.
H.R. Bowman, F. Asaro and I. Perlman, "On the Uniformity of Composition in Obsidians and Evidence for Magmatic Mixing," Journal of Geology 81 No.3 312-327 (1973).
T.H. Charlton, "Paredon, Mexico: Obsidian Source and Early Formative Exchange," Science 201 807-809 (1978).
R.H. Cobean, M.D. Coe, E.A. Perry, Jr., K.K. Turekian and D.P. Kharkar, "Obsidian Trade at San Lorenzo, Tenochtitlan, Mexico," Science 174 666-671 (1971).
J.E. Dixon, J.R. Cann and C. Renfrew, "Obsidian and the Origins of Trade," Scientific American 218 No.3 38-46 (1968).
J.E. Ericson and J. Kimberlin, "Obsidian Sources, Chemical Characterization and Hydration Rates in West Mexico," Archaeometry 19 (Part 2) 157-166 (1977).
C. Evans and B.J. Meggers, "A New Dating Method Using Obsidian: An Archaeological Evaluation of the Method," American Antiquity 25 523-537 (1960).
I. Friedman and W. Long, "Hydration Rate of Obsidian," Science 191 347-352 (1976).
I. Friedman and N. Peterson, "Obsidian Hydration Dating Applied to Dating of Basaltic Volcanic Activity," Science 172 1028 (1971).
I. Friedman, K.L. Pierce, J.D. Obradovich and W.D. Long, "Obsidian Hydration Dates Glacial Loading," Science 180 733-734 (1973).
I. Friedman and R.L. Smith, "A New Dating Method Using Obsidian: The Development of the Method," American Antiquity 25 476-522 (1960).
I. Friedman and F.W. Trembour, "Obsidian: The Dating Stone," American Scientist 66 No.1 44-51 (1978).
A.A. Gordus, G.A. Wright and J.B. Griffin, "Obsidian Sources Characterized by Neutron-Activation Analysis," Science 161 382-384 (1968).
A.A. Gordus, J.B. Griffin and G.A. Wright, "Activation Analysis Identification of the Geologic Origin of Prehistoric Obsidian Artifacts," In Science and Archaeology, R.H. Brill, Editor, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1971). pp.222-234.
N. Hammond, "Obsidian Trade Routes in the Mayan Area," Science 178 1092-1093 (1972).
D.J. Huntley and D.C. Bailey, "Obsidian Source Identification by Thermoluminescence," Archaeometry 20 (Part 2) 159-170 (1978).
P.I. Kayani and G. McDonnell, "An Assessment of Back-scattered Electron Petrography as a Mehtod for Distinguishing Mediterranean Obsidian," Archaeometry 38, Part 1 43-58 February (1996).
C.A. Key, "Trace Element Identification of the Source of Obsidian in an Archaeological Site in New Guinea," Nature 219 360 (1968).
B.F. Leach, "New Perspectives on Dating Obsidian Artifacts in New Zealand," New Zealand Journal of Science 20 123-138 (1977).
B.F. Leach and A.J. Anderson, "The Prehistoric Sources of Palliser Bay Obsidian," Journal of Archaeological Science 5 301-307 (1978).
B.F. Leach and B. Frankhauser, "Obsidian from the Far North of New Zealand: A Method of Sourcing Based on Natural Radioactive Emission," New Zealand Journal of Science 21 123-128 (1978).
J.W. Michels, "Archaeology and Dating by Hydration of Obsidian," Science 158 211-214 (1967).
J.W. Michels, "The Colonial Obsidian Industry of the Valley of Mexico," In Science and Archaeology, R. Brill, Editor, MIT Press, Cambridge (1971). pp.498-546.
J.W. Michels and C.A. Bebrich, "Obsidian Hydration Dating," In Dating Techniques for the Archaeologist, H.N. Michael and E.K. Ralph, Editors, MIT, Cambridge (1971). Chapter 7.
D.E. Nelson, J.M. D'Auria and R.B. Bennett, "Characterization of Pacific Northwest Coast Obsidian by X-ray Fluorescence Analysis," Archaeometry 17 (Part 1) 85-97 (1975).
K.K. Nielson, M.W. Hill, N.F. Mangelson and F.W. Nelson, "Elemental Analysis of Obsidian Artifacts by Proton Particle-Induced X-ray Emission," Analytical Chemistry 48 1947 (1976).
G.A. Parks and T.T. Tieh, "Identifying the Geographical Source of Artifact Obsidian," Nature No.5046 289-290 (1966).
W.W. Patton, Jr. and T.P. Miller, "A Possible Bedrock Source for Obsidian Found in Archaeological Sites in Northwestern Alaska," Science 169 760-766 (1970).
C.S. Ross and R.L. Smith, "Water and Other Volatiles in Volcanic Glasses," American Mineralologist 40 1071-1089 (1955).
F.H. Stross, H.R. Bowman, H.V. Michel, F. Asaro and N. Hammond, "Mayan Obsidian: Source Correlation for Southern Belize Artifacts," Archaeometry 20 (Part 1) 89-93 (1978).
F.H. Stross, D.P. Stevenson, J.R. Weaver and G. Wyld, "Analysis of American Obsidians by X-ray Fluorescence and Neutron Activation Analysis," In Science and Archaeology, Part 2, R.Brill, Editor, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1971). Chapter 15, pp.210-221.
M.S. Tite, "Obsidian Dating," In Methods of Physical Examination in Archaeology, M.S. Tite, Seminar Press, New York (1972). pp.154-160.
M.E. Wheeler and D.W. Clark, "Elemental Characterization of Obsidian from the Koyakuk River, Alaska, by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry," Archaeometry 19 (Part 1) 15-31 (1977).
O. Williams-Thorpe, "Obsidian in the Mediterranean and the Near East: A Provenancing Success Story," REVIEW ARTICLE Archaeometry 37, Part 2 217-248 August (1995).

Paleobotany

J. Greig, Editor, Archaeobotany, Handbooks for Archaeologists 4, European Science Foundation, Strasbourg (1989) iv + 93pp.
K.A. Jakes, "Clues to the Past: Further Development of the Comparative Plant Fiber Collection," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 202-222.
P.J.P. McGeorge, “Health and Diet in Minoan Times,” In New Aspects of Archaeological Science in Greece, R.E. Jones and H.W. Catling, Editors, British School at Athens, Athens (1988) pp. 47-54.
M. van de Guchte, "Plants and People: An Introduction to Paleoethnobotany," In Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials," S.U. Wisseman and W.S. Williams, Editors, Gordon and Breach, Langhorne, PA (1993) pp. 99-120.
J.N. Wilford, "Clues to Food Crops are Found in Africa," New York Times 27 October (1992).
See also: Bone and Ivory: Provenance; Forensic Anthropology.

Racemization Dating

J.L. Bada, "The Dating of Fossil Bones Using the Racemization of Isoleucine," Earth and Planetary Science Letters 15 223 231 (1972).
J.L. Bada and R.A. Schroeder, "Racemization of Isoleucine in Calcareous Marine Sediments: Kinetics and Mechanism," Earth and Planetary Science Letters 15 1 11 (1972).
M.L. Bender, "Reliability of Amino Acid Racemisation Dating and Palaeotemperature Analysis in Bones," Nature 252 378 380 29 November (1974).
P.E. Hare, "Amino Acid Dating   A History and An Evaluation," MASCA Newsletter 10 No.1 (1974).
P.E. Hare, "Organic Geochemistry of Bone and Its Relation to the Survival of Bone in the Natural Environment." Preprint.
B.J. Johnson and G.H. Miller, "Archaeological Applications of Amino Acid Racemization," REVIEW ARTICLE Archaeometry 39, Part 2 265-288 August (1997).
G.E. Pollock, C N. Cheng and S.E. Cronin, "Determination of the D and L Isomers of Some Protein Amino Acids Present in Soils," Analytical Chemistry 49 2 7 (1977).
K.M. Reese, "Claims of Great Age Face Test by Dating Technique," C & EN June 25 (1979). p.88.

Radiocarbon Dating: Bone

C.M. Batt and A.M. Pollard, "Radiocarbon Calibration and the Peopling of North America," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 415-433.
S. Bokunyi, R.J. Braidwood and C.A. Reed, "Earliest Domestication Dated?" Science 182 1161 (1973).
A.L. Bryan, J.M. Cruxent, R. Gruhn and C. Ochsenius, "An El Jobo Mastodon Kill at Taima taima, Venezuela," Science 200 1275 1277 (1978).
R. Gillespie, R.E.M. Hedges, J.O. Wand, "Radiocarbon Dating of Bone by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry," Journal of Archaeological Science 11 No.2 165-70 (1984).
A.A. Hassan and D.J. Ortner, "Inclusions in Bone Material as a Source of Error in Radiocarbon Dating," Archaeometry 19 (Part 2) 131 135 (1977).
C. V. Haynes, Jr., “Radiocarbon Analysis of Inorganic Carbon Fossil Bones and Enamel,” Science 161 687-688 (1968).
R. Protsch and R. Berger, "Earliest Radiocarbon Dates for Domesticated Animals," Science 179 235 239 (1973).
M.A. Tamers, "Radiocarbon Dating of Kill Sites," Archaeometry 14 (Part 1). 21 26 (1972).
M. A. Tamers and F. J. Pearson, Jr., “Validity of Radiocarbon Dates on Bone,” Nature 208 1053-1055 (1965).
R.E. Taylor, "Problems in the Radiocarbon Dating of Bone," In Nuclear and Chemical Dating Techniques: Interpreting the Environmental Record, Editor, L.A. Currie, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (1982). pp.453-474.

Radiocarbon Dating: General References



T.C. Aitchison, E.M. Scott, D.D. Harkness, M.S. Baxter and G.T. Cook,” “Report on Stage Three of the International Collaborative Program,” Radiocarbon 32 No. 3 271-278 (1990).
Anon., "The Radiocarbon Clock Gets a Checkup," Awake April 8, 1972, 5 20.
W.T. Bell, "Thermoluminescence Dates for the Lake Mungo Aboriginal Fireplaces and the Implications for Radiocarbon Dating," Archaeometry 33, Part 1 43-50 February (1991).
C.L. Bennett, R.P. Beukens, M.R. Clover, D. Elmore, H.E. Gove, L. Kilius, A.E. Litherland and K.H. Purser, "Radiocarbon Dating with Electrostatic Accelerators: Dating of Milligram Samples," Science 201 345 347 (1978).
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