archeometric

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archeometric

[är·kē·ə¦me·trik]
(archeology)
Referring to application of the techniques of physics and chemistry to the analysis of archeological and historical art objects.
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There are many suitable methods that may be applied in archaeometry: neutron activation analysis (NAA), proton-inducted x-ray emission (PIXE), laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) or many types of X-ray spectrometry (X-ray fluorescence (XRF) or scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray detection (SEM-EDX)).
Los analisis arqueometricos han sido realizados en el marco del proyecto titulado RUPSCIENCE--PTDC/HIS-ARQ/101299/2008 Analysis ofthe operational chains, archaeometry and chronology of Rock Art Paintings.
Mummery (eds), Archaeometry: Further Australasian Studies, Department of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, 36-42.
In November of 2011, the 3rd Latin American Congress of Archaeometry (III Congreso Latinoamericano de Arqueometria) was held in Arica, Chile, hosted by the Universidad de Tarapaca under the auspices of MECESUP (UTA 0801).
(2000): "Multimethod Marvel provenance determinations: the Carrara marbles as a case study for the combined use of isotopic, electron spin resonante and petrographic data", Archaeometry, 42-2, pp.
Following the line of research now called archaeometry, Arthur, together with Larry Cartmell and collaborators (Cartmell et al.
(2006): "Bronze Age childhood migration of individuals near Stonehenge, revealed by strontium and oxigen isotope tooth enamel analysis", Archaeometry, 48 (2), pp.
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry International Journal 4(2):53-65.
Collagen was extracted using the usual method employed at the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Archaeometry Laboratory (details are given in Takahashi and Nelson, 2002).
(1970): "Thermoluminescen Dating Refinement of Quartz inclusion Method", Archaeometry, 12, pp.