The hypothesis that the human search for altered states of consciousness through the intake of psychoactive plant sources has very ancient roots is repeatedly confirmed by archeological finds. The present review
Over recent decades the uses of thermoluminescence have been expanding rapidly, as have advances in the equipment available for the determinations of this property shown by many materials. Despite this, the comparable growth of applications in the Earth and Archeological Sciences has been markedly overlooked in the mainstream thermal analysis literature, an omission this review sets out to rectify.
Authors:Pál Raczky, István Fodor, and Zsolt Mester
Kalicz, N.–Raczky, P. 1987 The Late Neolithic of the Tisza Region: A survey of recent archaeological research. In: L. Tálas–P. Raczky (eds): The Late Neolithic of the Tisza Region. A survey of recent excavations
Authors:G. Cavallaro, D. I. Donato, G. Lazzara, and S. Milioto
rather exhaustive several techniques should be used. Py-GC/MS was applied to the study of lignin and cellulose in order to investigate decay processes in aged woods [ 3 , 4 ]. CPMAS-NMR technique was applied to archaeological samples from the eleventh
. 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