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GRAZIE PER IL TUO 5x1000 ALLA A.S.S.O. E RINNOVO INVITO PER IL 2018



Vogliamo ringraziare di cuore chi ha voluto devolvere alle nostre attività la propria quota negli anni scorsi ed estendiamo l’invito alla donazione del 5X1000 anche per quest'anno, indicando nel riquadro CUD riservato al “Sostegno delle Organizzazioni Non Lucrative di Utilità Sociale” il nostro codice fiscale 92003990584. Mentre coloro che ci conoscono lo sanno bene, perché altri dovrebbero pensare ad ASSO ?

giovedì 30 gennaio 2014

A trace element study for the provenance attribution of ceramic artefacts: the case of Dressel 1 amphorae from a late-Republican ship (form Journal of Archaeological Science by Giuliana Galli et al.)

Over the millennia, the Mediterranean Sea has represented the crossroad between civilizations and trade that left important evi- dence on the seabed. The most frequent artefacts recovered from underwater archaeological excavations mainly consist of transport amphorae which represented, in ancient times, the most suitable vessels for the circulation of trade products. Therefore, a detailed archaeometric study of such ceramic artefacts can lead to the acquisition of information on their provenance and to track the most likely ancient trade routes of ships. This issue has significant social, economic and cultural implications, as it overcomes lacking of written sources. The present contribution focuses on the archaeometric study of Dressel 1 amphorae (Fig. 1), recovered from a shipwreck ..... READ MORE (pdf file)

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