Science: Social_Sciences: Archaeology: Topics: Archaeometry
Ancient Metallurgy Research Group: University of Bradford
Conducts research on ancient and historical metallurgy including mining, primary metal production, artifact manufacturing, and slag and residue studies. Laboratory facilities, courses, and faculty profiles.
Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials
Research program of the University of Illinois. Newsletter, seminars, and the International Symposium on Archaeometry.
Archaeometrie Research Group Heidelberg, Germany
Laboratory is situated at the 'Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik' in Heidelberg. Contains information on dating research and laboratory personnel.
Archaeometry in Greece
Laboratory facilities, publications, and research programs relating to Hellenic archaeological issues.
Archaeometry Lab: Missouri University Research Reactor
Specializes in trace element "fingerprinting" of archaeological specimens to determine their source. Contains details on techniques used and sample projects.
Archaeometry Unit at Universidad de Alicante
Conducts research on the application of scientific methodology within the historic, artistic, cultural and archaeological heritage. Details on techniques used and services offered.
Archives of ARCH-METALS
Mailing list for the discussion of all aspects of archaeo-metallurgy including ancient metallurgy and metal artifacts, the applications of material science to archaeo- metallurgy, and the development of methodologies to the study archaeo- metallurical debris.
Berkely Archaeological X-Ray Flourescence Laboratory
Focuses on obsidian sourcing. Includes information on technology used and fees.
Dalhousie Thermally and Optically Stimulated Luminescence Laboratory
Paleodosimetry research laboratory at Dalhousie University which provides dating of natural minerals common in most rocks, sediments, and some organic materials.
Forum on Teaching Archaeometry
Informal articles on teaching strategies, curriculum reform, and training issues, along with responses to these entries, will be posted here.
Laboratory for Archaeometry and Non Destructive Analyses
Archaeometry laboratory of the University of Rome. Contains a bibliography on non destructive archaeometry.
Materials Science-Based Archaeology Group
Oxford University research group studying all aspects of the metallurgical process, from smelting to metal finishing, and from the first use of alloys in the 5th/4th millennia BC to the Industrial Revolution.
Midcontinental Archaeometry Working Group
Archaeometry research group specializing in geoarchaeology, sourcing, and paleodietary and paleoclimatic studies of archaeological materials from sites in the mid-continental United States.
A Partnership: Archaeology and Archaeometry
This paper by George Rip Rapp addresses the partnership between archaeology on one hand and archaeometry (or archaeological science) on the other. The author considers all natural science applications as archaeometry.
Scientific Heritage Journal
International archaeometry journal. Submission guidelines, contents, and discussion forum.
Society for Archaeological Sciences
Professional society of scholars applying methods from the physical sciences to archaeology. Links to many archaeometry sources, society officers and publications, and a related mailing list.
Synchrotron SOLEIL interface for archaeology research
The CNRS/CEA large scale facility provides a dedicated interface for archaeology and cultural heritage research.
Resources for the teaching of archaeometry and archaeological science including course syllabi, a forum on related issues, and related links.
University of Cape Town Archaeology Materials Laboratory
Profile of laboratory and research projects, staff, publications, and bibliographies available for download.
University of Wisconsin Laboratory for Archaeological Chemistry
Center for research and training in the chemical analysis of archaeological materials. Details on facility and instrumentation, profiles of staff and research activities.
Physics and Archaeology
From PhysicsWeb, physics-based techniques play a crucial role in helping archaeologists to unravel the history of our ancestors' lives and reveal previously undiscovered sites without the need to excavate. (May, 2000)
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