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. Maria del Fiore in Florence executed by the artists Federico Zuccari and Giorgio Vasari. Technical studies on archaeological iron objects Technical studies performed on archaeological iron objects have shown that the

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. Chapman — H. Hamerow (eds): Migration and Invasion in Archaeological Explanation. BAR IntSer 664. Oxford 1997 . Csallány 1961 D. Csallány : Archäologische Denkmäler der Gepiden im Mitteldonaubecken. 454-568. ArchHung 38. Budapest 1961 . Degrassi

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Introduction With the ever-expanding world of knowledge on cellulose-based materials that is not only of interest in the artistic and archaeological fields, it is a hard task to think of writing a comprehensive article on this

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Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Authors: Gy. Kovács, L. Bartosiewicz, K. Éder, E. Gál, Zs. Miklós, M. Rózsás, A. J, and Cs. Zatykó

I. Gerelyes - Gy. Kovács (eds.): Archaeology of the Ottoman Period in Hungary. Opuscula Hungarica 3. Budapest 2003. I. Borsa : A Somogyi Konvent oklevelei az Országos Levéltárban (Forrásközlés) (Ötödik

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. Settlement studies 1991 Higham, T. & Petchey, F. , 2000. Radiocarbon dating in archaeology: Methods and

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Archaeological Method and Theory. 17. 231–248. Arrhenius, O., 1929. Die Phosphatfrage. Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung, Düngung und Bodenkunde. 10. 185–194. Barczi, A., 2004. The importance of

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There is a growing interest in the application of scientific-physical, chemical etc. methods in archaeology. This is partly due to the fact that classical archaeology, based upon the form, style, decoration of the objects has reached its limits, to obtain new result and, the integration of other disciplines into the argumentation of archaeologists is needed. The other important reason is the development and availability of methods and equipment for non-destructive analyses, ways of gathering useful information on the chemical and mineral composition, age, and state of preservation of the objects which can be useful in their scientific appraisal. PGAA is one of the techniques eminently suited for this purpose.

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Papyrus on the Pyre

The Derveni Papyrus and Its Archeological Context

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author: Gábor Betegh

The paper examines the possible interrelations between the archeological context of the Derveni papyrus and the physical and eschatological doctrines held by its author. On the basis of a brief survey of the archeological data and the comparative material, Betegh argues that the placement of the papyrus is not by chance and that it probably had a role in the ritual. In the next step, he summarises the main results of a reconstruction of the physics and cosmology of the Derveni author, and raises the problem of the connection between the eschatological theme of the first six columns and the physics and cosmic theology of the remainder of the text. Finally, he suggests that the common denominator of all these themes, doctrines and lores is the fire with its cosmological and eschatological role. In this respect, an important claim of the Derveni author could be that the ultimate cosmological and eschatological principle is not fire, as e.g., for Heraclitus, quoted in the papyrus, but fire - in the form of the celestial bodies, the thunderbolt of Zeus, or the funeral pyre - is the instrument with the help of which the intelligent and divine air maintains cosmic order and divine justice.

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Építés - Építészettudomány
Authors: Mario Wallner, Klaus Löcker, Christian Gugl, Tanja Trausmuth, Alexandra Vonkilch, Christina Einwögerer, Viktor Jansa, Julia Wilding, Eduard Pollhammer, and Wolfgang Neubauer

, Thomas – Paasche , Knut – Gansum , Terje – Seren , Siri : Large-Area High-Resolution Ground-Penetrating Radar Measurements for Archaeological Prospection . In: Archaeological Prospection 25 ( 3 ), John Wiley & Sons Ltd ., Chichester 2018

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Alina-Maria Nariţa, Vlad Gurza, Răzvan Opriţa, Alexandra Keller, Iasmina Apostol, Marius Moşoarcă, and Cătălina Bocan

. [29] Micle D. , Balaci Cringusi M. , Timoc C. The Ottoman baths of Timisoara, A unique archaeological monument in the context of the historic center of the

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