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C.L. Bennett, R.P. Beukens, M.R. Clover, H.E. Gove, R.B. Liebert, A.E. Litherland, K.H. Purser and W.E. Sondheim, "Radiocarbon Dating Using Electrostatic Accelerators Negative Ions Provide the Key," Science 198 508 510 (1977).
R. Berger, "Radiocarbon Dating with Accelerators," Journal of Archaeological Science 6 101 104 (1979).
R. Berger and R. Protsch, "Radiocarbon Dates for Earliest Domesticated Animals from Europe and the Near East," Science 183 1100 1101 (1974).
P.P. Betancourt, H.N. Michael and G.A. Weinstein, "Calibration and the Radiocarbon Chronology of Late Minoan IB," Archaeometry 20 (Part 2). 200 203 (1978).
J. Bill, W.A. Keller, R. Erne, G. Bonani, and W. Wölfli, "14C Dating of Small Archaeological Samples: Neolithic to Iron Age in the Central Alpine Region," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B5 317-320 (1984).
S. Bowman, Radiocarbon Dating, British Museum Publications, London and University of California Press, Berkeley (1990). 64pp.
M.W. Browne, "Errors are Feared in Carbon Dating," New York Times 31 May (1990).
G. Cadogan, "Dating the Aegean Bronze Age Without Radiocarbon," Archaeometry 20 (Part 2). 209 214 (1978).
J.A. Campbell, M.S. Baxter and D.D. Harkness, "Radiocarbon Measurements on a Floating Tree Ring Chronology from Northeast Scotland," Archaeometry 20 (Part 1). 33 38 (1978).
R.M. Clark and C. Renfreu, "A Statistical Approach to the Calibration of Floating Tree Ring Chronologies Using Radiocarbon Dates," Archaeometry 14 (Part 1). 5 19 (1972).
J. Coles, "Timber and Radiocarbon Dates," Antiquity 49 No.194 (1975).
J.W. Cottier, "Radiocarbon Dates from the Lilbourn Site and a Check List of Dates from the Eastern Lowlands of Southeast Missouri," The Missouri Archaeologist 38 308-314 (1977).
P.E. Damon, "Fluctuation of Atmospheric Radiocarbon and the Radiocarbon Time Scale," In Nuclear and Chemical Dating Techniques: Interpreting the Environmental Record, Editor, L.A. Currie, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (1982). pp.233-244.
S.P. De Atley, "Radiocarbon Dating of Ceramic Materials: Progress and Prospects," Radiocarbon 22 987-993 (1980).
M. Gabasio, J. Evin, G.B. Arnal, and P. Andrieux, "Origins of Carbon in Potsherds," Radiocarbon 28 711-718 (1986).
P.M. Grootes, "Carbon 14 Time Scale Extended Comparison of Chronologies," Science 200 11 15 (1978).
D.R. Harris, "The Impact on Archaeology of Radio-carbon dating by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 323 No.1569 23-43 (1987).
R.E.M. Hedges, "Radiocarbon Dating with an Accelerator: Review and Preview," Archaeometry 23 (Part 1). 3-18 (1981).
R.E.M. Hedges, "A Review of the Application of AMS-14C Dating to Archaeology," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B52 428-432 (1990).
J.J. Hester, "The Significance of Accelerator Dating in Archaeological Method and Theory," Journal of Field Archaeology 14 445-451 (1987).
S. Hood, "Discrepancies in 14C Dating as Illustrated from the Egyptian New and Middle Kingdoms and from the Aegean Bronze Age and Neolithic," Archaeometry 20 (Part 2) 197 214 (1978).
D.L. Kirner, J. Southon, P.E. Hare, and R.E. Taylor, "Accelerator Mass Spectometry Radiocarbon Measurement of Submilligram Samples," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 434-444.
W.F. Libby, Radiocarbon Dating, 2nd Edition, University of Chicago Press, Chicago (1955). 175pp.
W.F. Libby, "Radiocarbon Dating," Technical Papers from 1968 1970, IIC AG, New York (1970). pp.16 19.
W.A. Lovis, "Curatorial Considerations for Systematic Research Collections: AMS Dating a Curated Ceramic Assemblage," American Antiquity 55 382-387 (1990).
T.H. Maugh, III, "Radiodating: Direct Detection Extends Range of the Technique," Science 200 635, 637 (1978).
W.G. Mook and H.T. Waterbolk, Radiocarbon Dating, (Handbooks for Archaeologists Series No.3), A Publication of the Sub-committee for Archaeology of the Standing Committee for the Humanities, European Science Foundation, Strasbourg (1985). vi + 65pp.
R.A. Muller, "Radioisotope Dating with a Cyclotron," Science 196 489 494 (1977).
D.E. Nelson, G. Chaloupka, C. Chippindale, M.S. Alderson, and J.R. Southon, "Radiocarbon Dates for Beeswax Figures in the Prehistoric Rock Art of Northern Australia," Archaeometry 37, Part 1 151-156 February (1995).
D.E. Nelson, R.G. Korteling and W.R. Stott, "Carbon 14: Direct Detection at Natural Concentrations," Science 198 507 508 (1977).
G.W. Pearson, J.R. Pilcher, M.G.L. Baillie, D.M. Corbett, and F. Qua, "High-Precision 14-C Measurement of Irish Oaks to Show the Natural 14-C Variations from A.D. 1840 to 5210 B.C.," Radiocarbon 28 911-934 (1986).
G.W. Pearson and M. Stuiver, "High-Precision Calibration of the Radiocarbon Time Scale, 500-2500 B.C.," Radiocarbon 28 839-862 (1986).
E.K. Ralph and H.N. Michael, "Problems of the Radiocarbon Calendar," Archaeometry 10 3 11 (1967).
E.K. Ralph and H.N. Michael, "Twenty five Years of Radiocarbon Dating," American Scientist 62 No.5 553 560 (1974).
M. Rubin, "Sample Preparation for Electrostatic Accelerator Dating of Radiocarbon," In Nuclear and Chemical Dating Techniques: Interpreting the Environmental Record, Editor, L.A. Currie, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (1982). pp.89-94.
E.V. Sayre, G. Harbottle, R.W. Stoenner, W. Washburn, J.S. Olin, and W. Fitzhugh, "The Carbon-14 Dating of an Iron Bloom Associated with the Voyages of Sir Martin Frobisher," In Nuclear and Chemical Dating Techniques: Interpreting the Environmental Record, Editor, L.A. Currie, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. (1982). pp.441-452.
E.M. Scott, M.S. Baxter, T.C. Aitchison, D.D. Harkness and G.T. Cook, “Announcement of a New Collaborative Study for Intercalibration of 14C Dating Laboratories,” Radiocarbon 28 No. 1 167-169 (1986).
M. Stuiver, "Carbon 14 Dating: A Comparison of Beta and Ion Counting," Science 202 881 883 (1978).
M. Stuiver and B. Becker, "High-Precision Decadal Calibration of the Radiocarbon Time Scale, A.D. 1950-2500 B.C.," Radiocarbon 28 863-910 (1986).
M. Stuiver and G.W. Pearson, "High-Precision Calibration of the Radiocarbon Timescale A.D. 1950-500 B.C.," Radiocarbon 28 805-818 (1986).
J.L. Thompson and D.A. Olehy, "Loss of 14C and 3H from Liquid Scintillation Counting Vials," Environmental Science and Technology 11 No.5 513 514 (1977).
G.K. Ward and S.R. Wilson, "Procedures for Comparing and Combining Radiocarbon Age Determinations: A Critique," Archaeometry 20 (Part 1) 19 31 (1978).
R.B. Warner, "A Proposed Adjustment for the `Old-Wood' Effect," In Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of 14C and Archaeology, W. Mook and H. Waterbolk, Editors, Groningen (1987). 459pp.; PACT 29 159-172 (1990).
B. Webb, “Blind Dating Exposes UK Weakness,” Nature 341 267 (1989).
E.T. Williams, "Brooklyn College Radiocarbon Dates I," Radiocarbon 19 No.1 1 11 (1977).
J. Winter, "Radiocarbon Dating by Thermoluminescent Dosimetry," Archaeometry 14 (Part 2). 281 286 (1972).

Radiocarbon Dating: Mortars

M.S. Baxter and A. Walton, "Radiocarbon Dating of Mortars," Nature 225 March 7, (1970). 937 938.
R.L. Folk and S. Valastro, "Radiocarbon Dating of Mortars," Journal of Field Archaeology 3 No.1 121 (1976).
R.L. Folk and S. Valastro, "Radiocarbon Dating of Mortars at Stobi," In Studies in the Antiquities of Stobi II, Editor, J.R. Wiseman, Beograd (1975). pp.29 39.

Rescue Archaeology: Temple of Dendur



C. Aldred, "The Temple of Dendur," Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 38 (1978).
Anon., "Plan Accepted for Preservation of Temples of Abu Simbel," Department of State Bulletin, 1 July (1963).
Anon., "Johnson Gives Egyptian Temple to Metropolitan Museum of Art," New York Times, 30 April (1967).
Anon., "Egyptian Temple, Crated, Is Ready to Travel," New York Times, 17 February (1968).
Anon., "Stone by Stone, Egyptians Load Temple, a Gift to U.S., on Ship," New York Times, 23 July (1968).
D. Arnold, Building in Egypt: Pharaonic Stone Masonry, Oxford University Press, New York (1991). ix+316pp.
A.M. Blackman, Les temples immergés de la Nubie: The Temple of Dendur, Imprimerie de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, Cairo (1911). 114pp.
J.F. Brady, "Nile Temple on Its Way Here," New York Times, 12 July (1968).
J.-L. de Cenival, Living Architecture: Egypt, Grosset and Dunlop, New York (1964). 192pp.
A.B. Edwards, A Thousand Miles up the Nile, Darf, London (1993). xxvii+499pp.
M. Esterow, "Gift of Egyptian Temple Posing Problems," New York Times, 26 January (1966).
M. Esterow, "An Egyptian Temple Stirs a U.S. Tempest," New York Times, 23 September (1966).
M. Esterow, "A Panel of Five Will Choose Site in U.S. for Temple of Dendur," New York Times, 23 January (1967).
M. Esterow, "Metropolitan Due to Get Temple of Dendur," New York Times, 25 April (1967).
H. Fischer, "Letter," New York Times, 28 November (1967).
G. Gerster, "Threatened Treasures of the Nile," National Geographic, October (1963).
H. Gilroy, "Temple of Dendur Will Be Shy Four Blocks When It Arrives Here," New York Times, 13 August (1968).
A.L. Huxtable, "Metropolitan Museum Plans Centennial Expansion," New York Times, 13 April (1970).
H. Kamm, "Cairo Offers U.S. a Temple Saved from Aswan Flooding," New York Times, 27 March (1965).
C. Keller, The Preservation and Use of Artistic Cultural Heritage: Perspectives and Solutions, Metropolitan Museum of Art Press, New York (1980). 180pp.
K. Lange and M. Hirmer, Egypt: Architecture, Sculpture, Painting in Three Thousand Years, Phaidon (1968). iii+559.
R. Malka, "Editorial," New York Times, 14 May (1967).
R. Malka, "Letter," New York Times, 20 July (1967).
R. Malka, "Editorial," New York Times, 28 November (1967).
P. McCander, "Egyptian Temple Is Delivered in 661 Crates," New York Times, 22 August (1968).
Metropolitan Museum of Art Conservation Files, Blue File: Fact Sheet; Press release; Department of State Bulletin, "Plan Accepted for Preservation of Temples of Abu Simbel."
Metropolitan Museum of Art Conservation Files, Bubble File: Interdepartmental letters and memoranda; Temperature and humidity reports; Letters from various contractors (Kevin Roche, John Dinkerloo and Associates, et al)..
Metropolitan Museum of Art Conservation Files, Conservation File: Status report from Brown, Lawford and Forbes.
Metropolitan Museum of Art Conservation Files, Restoration File: Interdepartmental letters and memoranda; Assorted letters and reports (Seymour Lewin, Norman Weiss, Brooke Astor, President Lyndon Johnson, Senator Jacob Javits, et al).; Status reports from Metropolitan Museum employees and contractors.
M.A. Murray, Egyptian Temples, AMS Press, New York (1977). x+246pp.
A. Rosenblatt, "Dendur in New York," Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 38 (1978).
T. Save-Sodenbergh, Temples and Tombs of Ancient Nubia, Thames and Hudson, UNESCO (1987). 256pp.
A.E.P. Weigall, A Report on the Antiquities of Lower Nubia and Their Condition, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1907). xii+142pp.
J.A. Wilson, "Letter," New York Times, 8 February (1968).

Stone Provenance:

Chemical and Isotopic Analysis

R.O. Allen, A.H. Luckenbach and C.G. Holland, "The Application of Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis to a Study of Prehistoic Steatite Artifacts and Source Materials," Archaeometry 17 (Part 1) 69-83 (1975).


J.C. Bard, F. Asaro and R.F. Heizer, "Perspectives on the Dating of Prehistoric Great Basin Petroglyphs by Neutron Activation Analysis," Archaeometry 20 (Part 1) 85-88 (1978).
M.J. Becker, "Neutron Activation Analysis of Rare Earth Elements in Steatite and Related Rocks: Application to Archaeological Problems Throughout the World," MASCA Newsletter 12 No.2 1-2 (1976).
J.B. Carter, "Isotopic Analysis of Seventh-Century B.C. Perirrhanteria," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 419-432.
E.M. Chandler and P.B. Crawford, "Activation Analysis of Sedimentary Rock," Bulletin of the Academy of Political Science, Series Scientific Geology and Geography 17 No.1 73-78 (1969); AATA 8 300.
P. De Paepe, L. Moens, P. Roos, and M. Waelkens, "Source Analysis of the Raw materials of Four Classical Marble Sculptures using Chemical, Microscopic and Isotopic Criteria," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 389-398.
R.H. Filby and W.A. Haller, "Activation Analysis of Geochemical Materials Using Ge(Li). Detectors," National Bureau of Standards, Special Publications 312 No.1 339-346 (1969).
F. Frachtenberg and J. Yellin, “Preliminary Study of Flint Sources in Israel by Neutron Activation Analysis,” In Ancient Stones: Quarrying, Trade and Provenance, M. Waelkens, N. Herz and L. Moens, Editors, Leuven University Press (1992). pp. 149-154.
K. Germann, G. Gruben, H. Knoll, V. Valis, and F.J. Winkler, "Provenance Characteristics of Cycladic (Paros and Naxos) Marbles. A Multivariate Geological Approach," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 251-262.
A.J.H. Goodwin, "Chemical Alteration (Patination). of Stone," South African Archaeological Bulletin (Capetown). 15 No.59 67-76 (1960).
A.A. Gordus, W.C. Fink, M.E. Hill, J.C. Purdy and T.R. Wilcox, "Identification of the Geologic Origins of Archaeological Artifacts: An Automated Method of Na and Mn Neutron Activation Analysis," Archaeometry 10 (Part 1) 87-96 (1967).
A.P. Grimanis and M. Vassilaki-Grimani, " "Provenance Studies of Greek Marbles by Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis, In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 275-282.
R.F. Heizer, F. Stross, T.R. Hester, A. Albee, I. Perlman, F. Asaro and H. Bowman, "The Colossi of Memnon Revisited," Science 182 1219-1225 (1973).
N. Herz, "The Oxygen and Carbon Isotopic Data Base for Classical Marble," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 305-314.
N. Herz, "Provenance Determination of Neolithic to Classical Mediterranean Marbles by Stable Isotopes," Archaeometry 34, Part 2 185-194 August (1992).
N. Herz and M. Waelkens, "Techniques for Determining Provenance: Stable Isotope Analysis," Introduction to Part VII, In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 303-304.
N. Herz and M. Waelkens, "Techniques for Determining Provenance: Trace Element Analysis," Introduction to Part VI, In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 273-274.
L. L. Holmes and G. Harbottle, "In the Steps of William the Conqueror: Neutron Activation Analysis of Caen Stone," Archaeometry 45 Part 2 199-220 May (2003).
L. Lazzarini, M. Mariottini, M. Pecoraro, and P. Pensabene, "Detemination of the Provenance of Marbles Used in Some Ancient Monuments in Rome," , In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 399-410.
M.N. Leese, "Statistical Treatment of Stable Isotope Data," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 347-354.
A.H. Luckenbach, C.G. Holland and R.O. Allen, "Soapstone Artifacts: Tracing Prehistoric Trade Patterns in Virginia," Science 187 57-58 (1975).
K.J. Matthews, "Variability in Stable Isotope Analysis: Implications for Joining Fragments," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 339-346.
K.J. Mattews, "The Establishment of a Data Base of Neutron Activation Analyses of White Marble," Archaeometry 39, Part 2 321-332 August (1997).
E. Mello, S. Meloni, D. Monna, and M. Oddone, "A Computer-Based Pattern Recognition Approach to the Provenance Study of Mediteranean Marbles Through Trace Elements Analysis," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 283-292.
S. Meloni, M. Oddone, E. Mello, and D. Monna, "Neutron Activation Analysis: A Powerful Technique in Provenance Studies," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 293-302.
L. Moens, P. Roos, J. De Rudder, P. De Paepe, J. Van Hende, and M. Waelkins, ""A Multi-Method Approach to the Identification of White Marbles Used in Antique Artifacts," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 243-250.
M. Moltesen, "The Use of Marble Analysis in Collections of Ancient Sculpture: Some Examples from the NY Carlsberg Glyptotek," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 433-442.
G.H. Morrison, "Multi-element Neutron Activation Analysis of Rock Using Chemical Group Separations and High Resolution Gamma Spectrometry," Analytical Chemistry 41 No.12 1633-1637 (1969).
R. Passega, "Texture as Characteristic of Clastic Deposition," Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 41 No.9 1952-1984 (1957).
R. Schmalz, "Flint and the Patination of Flint Artifacts," Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 26 44-49 (1960).
G. Sieveking, P. Bush, J. Ferguson, P.T. Craddock, M.J. Hughes and M.R. Cowell, "Prehistoric Flint Mines and Their Identification as Sources of Raw Materials," Archaeometry 14 (Part 2) 151-175 (1972).
L. Stowel Peason and N. Herz, “Isotopic Analysis of a Group of Roman Gorgon Sarcoophagi,” In Ancient Stones: Quarrying, Trade and Provenance, M. Waelkens, N. Herz and L. Moens, Editors, Leuven University Press (1992). pp. 283-286.
F. Stross, "Authentication of Antique Stone Objects by Physical and Chemical Methods," Analytical Chemistry 32 No.3 17A-36A (1960).
D.B. Wenner, S. Havert, and A. Clark, "Variations in Stable Isotopic Compositions of Marble: An Assessment of Causes," In Classical Marble: Geochemistry, Technology, Trade, N. Herz and M. Waelkens, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston (1988) pp. 325-338.
D. B. Wenner and N. Herz, “Provenance Signatures for Classical Limestone,” In Ancient Stones: Quarrying, Trade and Provenance, M. Waelkens, N. Herz and L. Moens, Editors, Leuven University Press (1992). pp. 199-202
T.L. Wright, M.J. Grolier and D.A. Swanson, "Chemical Variation Related to the Stratigraphy of the Columbia River Basalt," Geological Society of America Bulletin 84 No.2 371-386 (1973).

Stone Provenance: Desert Varnish

J. C. Bard, F. Asaro and R. F. Heizer, “Perspectives of the Dating of Pre-Historic Great Basin Petroglyphs by Neutron Activation Analysis,” Archaeometry 20 (Part 1) 85-88 (1978).
R.G. Bednarik, "A New Method to Date Petroglyphs," Archaeometry 34, Part 2 279-292 August (1992).
R.G. Bednarik, "Only Time Will Tell: a Review of the Methodology of Direct Rock Art Dating," REVIEW ARTICLE Archaeometry 38, Part 1 1-14 February (1996).
P. Bierman and A. Gillespie, “Accuracy of Rock Varnish Chemical Analyses: Implications for Cation Ratio Dating,” Geology 19 196-199 (1991).
P. Bierman and A. Gillespie, “Range Fires: A Significant Factor in Exposure-Age Determination and Geomorphic Surface Evolution,” Geology 19 641-644 (1991)..
J. Clarke and A. Watchman, “Further Comments on ‘Age Determinations for Rock Varnish Formation Within Petroglyphs by Margaret F. Nobbs and Ronald I. Dorn," Rock Art Research 6 63-67 (1989).
R. Dorn, “Rock Varnish," American Scientist 79 542-553 (1991). See Also Letter to the Editor From Bierman, Gellespie et al, In American Scientist 80 111-112 (1991).
R. Dorn, D.B. Bamforth, T.A. Cahill, J.C. Dohrenwend, B.D. Turrin, D.J. Donahue, A.J.T. Jull, and M.E. Macko, “Cation-ratio and Accelerator Radiocarbon Dating of Rock Varnish on Mojave Artifacts," Science 231 830-836 (1986).
R. Dorn and M. De Niro, “Stable Carbon Isotope Ratios of Rock Varnish Organic Matter: A New Paleoenvironmental Indicator,” Science 227 1472-1474 (1985).
R. Dorn, M. Nobbs and T.A Cahill, “Cation-ratio Dating of Rock Engravings From the Olary Province of Arid South Australia," Antiquity 62 681-689 (1988).
D. Dragovich, “Desert Varnish as an Age Indicator for Aboriginal Rock Engravings: A Review of Problems and Prospects," Archaeology in Oceania 19 48-56 (1984).
D. Dragovich, “Minimum Age of Desert Varnish in Broken Hill Area, N.S.W.: A Preliminary Estimate,” Search 15 Issue 3-4, 113-115 (1984).
D. Dragovich, “Minimum Age of Desert Varnish in Broken Hill Area, New South Whales,” Search 17 Issue 5-6, 149-151 (1986).
D. Dragovich, “Desert Varnish and Problems of Dating Rock Engravings in Western New South Whales,” Archaeometry: Further Australasian Studies 28-35 (1987).

C. Elvidge and C.B. Moore, "Restoration of Petroglyphs with Artificial Desert Varnish," Studies in Conservation 25 108-117 (1980).


J.W. Estes, P.P. Hearn Jr., C.S. Breed and J.F. McCauley, “Weathering of a Metal Artifact in a Saharan Environment: Evidence for a Novel Form of Desert Varnish,” Applied Spectroscopy 42 827-831 (1988).
C. D. Harrington, D. J. Krier, R. Raymond and S. L. Reneau, “Barium Concentrations in Rock Varnish: Implication for Calibrated Rock-Varnish Dating Curves,” Scanning Microscopy 5 55-62 (1991).
C. D. Harrington and J. W. Whitney, “Scanning Electron Microscope Method of Rock Varnish Dating,” Geology 15 967-970 (1987).
W.A. Ilger, M. Hyman, J. Southon, and M.W. Rowe, "Radiocarbon Dating of Ancient Rock Paintings," In Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic, and Biochemical Analysis, M.V. Orna, Editor, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC (1996) pp. 401-414.
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