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migration, it is suggested that the carbonaceous material records the maximum temperature reached during burial, and the large pyrite crystals grew in the course of the uplift following oil migration to the reservoir.
There are several subsequent
An anthropomorphic bronze vessel was recovered from a cremation burial of the Budaújlak cemetery section of the canabae’s western cemetery by Bécsi Road in Budapest. The other grave goods from the burial were three light coloured handled jugs, a silver T brooch lacking the pin, a strongly corroded iron belt buckle (?) and bronze fragments that probably came from a small casket. According to the anthropological examination, the few calcinated bone fragments from the burial suggest that the deceased had been a “probably adult man”.
A female burial of the Conquest period came to light on the outskirts of Tiszapüspöki, a settlement lying north of Szolnok, during the salvage excavations preceding the construction of the M4 Motorway. The west to east oriented burial was disturbed by a ditch and during the mechanical humus removal. Lying beside the skeletal remains were a pair of tinned bronze braid ornaments, a bracelet of sheet bronze, beads, the fragment of an iron awl and a bone bead. The burial and its finds can be dated to the 10th century.
Authors:Sílvia Martelli, Elizabeth Fernandes and Emo Chiellini
Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) blended with poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) (PHB) and additivated with pro-oxidant were soil buried
for 180 days and characterized using thermogravimetry (TG) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). TG data showed that
both onset and maximum rate degradation temperatures decreased as a function of biodegradation time. Apparent activation energies
(Ea) using the Broido integral method decreased with the burial time increasing. PE crystallinity degree values increased in
general up to 2 months of biodegradation. At the end of the soil burial (SB) test these values decreased principally for samples
that were previously thermo-oxidized in an oven.
Authors:Ákos Pető, Szandra Baklanov, Csaba Tóth, Albert Tóth and Attila Barczi
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