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May 2001

May 2001

This meeting was held at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL on the 21st of May, 2001

The meeting was organized by Dr. A. Shugar

(To read abstracts that were submitted click on either the title or the menu bar to the left)

Speakers and Titles

Sean McLoughlin (1), Nargis Al-Sadiq (1), Julian Henderson (2), and David McPhail (1) (1 = Department of Materials, Imperial College, 2 = Department of Archaeology, University of Nottingham): Looking at Changes in Technology over time: Chemical Characteristics and Reproduction of Islamic Glass from Raqqa, Syria.

Dr. Heike Bronk (Institut für Anorganische und Analytische Chemie, Technische Universität Berlin): Investigations on 16th to 19th c. Limoges painted enamels by a new mobile spectrometer for Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry.

Constantina Vlachou (Department of Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford): Silvering in Late Roman Coinage.

Dvory Namdar (Dept. of Archaeology, Tel-Aviv University and Structural Biology Dept., Weizmann Institute of Science),
Prof. Yuval Goren (Dept. of Archaeology, Tel-Aviv University, Israel),
Dr. Shalev Sariel (Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science): The Copper Industry in the Chalcolithic Period in Israel: The Findings from Give'at Ha'Oranim.

Sophie Wolf and Mike Tite (RLAHA, Oxford University): Lead isotope analysis of Islamic glazed pottery.

Dorian Fuller (Institute of Archaeology, UCL): The fabric of social change: A ceramic perspective on the post-Meroitic transition in Lower Nubia.

Yuval Goren (1) and *Anat Cohen-Weinberger (2), (1 = Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, 2 = Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalem, Israel, and the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures, Tel-Aviv University, Israel): Levantine - Egyptian Interactions: Petrographic study of the Canaanite Pottery from Tell El-Dab'a.

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