El congrés cobreix tots els aspectes de la matèria primera de pedra d'origen geològic, a la mineria, ús i anàlisis de laboratori sobre aquests materials.

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Congressos i jornades: International Symposium on Knappable Materials (10è : 2015) (117)

Discussion 2. Session 4 - Use-wear analyses - signs of usage on stone tools (a.k.a. traceology)
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Discussion 2. Session 4 - Use-wear analyses - signs of usage on stone tools (a.k.a. traceology)
historyEnglish4 nov 20151013SESSION 4 - Use-wear analyses - signs of usage on stone tools (a.k.a. traceology)Discussion 2Moment for talking, comenting and asking doubts about Session conferences.
Determining chemical characteristics and markers of Neolithic quartz artifacts and debitage using portable ...<br/>XRF. Jari Okkonen
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Determining chemical characteristics and markers of Neolithic quartz artifacts and debitage using portable ...
XRF. Jari Okkonen
historyEnglish29 oct 20151010SESSION 5 - Mycrocrystalline quartz as a geological materialDetermining chemical characteristics and markers of Neolithic quartz artifacts and debitage using portable XRF: results from the Kuivaniemi Mustamaa site in Northern FinlandThe Kuivaniemi Mustamaa archaeological site was accidentally ploughed for forest regeneration and altogether the remains of three Middle ...
Raw material sources of knapped stone tools from the excavation of the prehistoric site at Toumba ...<br/>Thessaloniki. Stamatia Karageorgiou
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Raw material sources of knapped stone tools from the excavation of the prehistoric site at Toumba ...
Thessaloniki. Stamatia Karageorgiou
historyEnglish30 oct 20151228SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesRaw material sources of knapped stone tools from the excavation of the prehistoric site at Toumba Thessaloniki, GreeceThe settlement of Toumba in Thessaloniki is an archaeological site of the Bronze Age. This site has the form of an artificial hill due to the accumulated remains of human activity. The period of these activities ...
Cherty rocks from the territory of Serbia as potential raw material for knapped stone artefacts. Kristina ...<br/>Saric
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Cherty rocks from the territory of Serbia as potential raw material for knapped stone artefacts. Kristina ...
Saric
historyEnglish22 oct 20151092SESSION 6 - Chracterising lithic sourcesCherty rocks from the territory of Serbia as potential raw material for knapped stone artefacts.In this ongoing study we present the basic geochemical characterization (obtained by LA-ICP-MS) of the material known as chert in the Serbian geological literature. The analyses include 11 samples of cherts from different localities and ...
Heterogeneity of knappable raw material used for chipped stone artifact production at the Mesolithic site of ...<br/>Lepenski Vir. Kristina Saric
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Heterogeneity of knappable raw material used for chipped stone artifact production at the Mesolithic site of ...
Lepenski Vir. Kristina Saric
historyEnglish28 oct 20151017SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesHeterogeneity of knappable raw material used for chipped stone artifact production at the Mesolithic site of Lepenski Vir (Serbia)Lepenski Vir is a Mesolithic-Neolithic archaeological site situated in Eastern Serbia, on the right bank of the Danube River. Although it is most famous for its unique sculptures made of sandstone, it is ...
The mineral composition of 'Chocolate flint.' Dagmara Werra
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The mineral composition of "Chocolate flint." Dagmara Werra
historyEnglish2 nov 20151192SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesThe mineral composition of "Chocolate flint" compared to other varieties of chert from central to southern Poland used by prehistoric communitiesThe differentiation of the color of “Chocolate Flint” and determination of its characteristic features in relation to other siliceous rocks can be solved by using mineralogical studies. ...
Gargano cherts: multiparametric protocol for provenance determination. Giacomo Eramo
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Gargano cherts: multiparametric protocol for provenance determination. Giacomo Eramo
geologyEnglish30 oct 2015897SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesGargano cherts: multiparametric protocol for provenance determinationIn this work we present our results based on macroscopic and chemical analysis of a selection of 151 samples of chert to understand the variability of the intrinsic features and use them as potential discriminant factors for provenance. In each formation, cherts ...
Discussion 1. Session 6 - Characterising lithic sources
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Discussion 1. Session 6 - Characterising lithic sources
historyEnglish4 nov 2015945SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesDiscussion 1Moment for talking, comenting and asking doubts about Session conferences.
Chert in its diverse natural occurrences. Paul Fernandes
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Chert in its diverse natural occurrences. Paul Fernandes
historyEnglish30 oct 20151740SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesChert in its diverse natural occurrences: geo-tools for a better definition of the sourcing of secondary outcropsPrecise identification of siliceous geo-resources used during prehistory still raises many problems, and archaeologists have an ever-increasing need for this data. The purpose of this study is to provide a database ...
The archaeometric study of obsidian from Gran Canaria. Jaume Buxeda
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The archaeometric study of obsidian from Gran Canaria. Jaume Buxeda
historyEnglish23 oct 20151257SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesThe archaeometric study of obsidian from Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain): new results, new directionsObsidian was exploited by the original populations on Tenerife, Gran Canaria and La Palma Islands, but no exchange of obsidians has been reported so far. At Gran Canaria, obsidian is found in ignimbritic deposits of small size ...
First archaeopetrological approximation of the provenance of the Neolithic axes and other artifacts from the ...<br/>Can Sadurní Cave. Mar Rey-Solé
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First archaeopetrological approximation of the provenance of the Neolithic axes and other artifacts from the ...
Can Sadurní Cave. Mar Rey-Solé
historyEnglish30 oct 20151292SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesFirst archaeopetrological approximation of the provenance of the Neolithic axes and other artifacts from the Can Sadurní Cave (Begues, Baix Llobregat)Can Sadurní cave, located in Begues (Baix Llobregat, Spain), is an archaeological site that features a wide stratigraphic sequence ranging from the last hunter-gatherer societies at ...
The marine chert from Las Lezas and its prehistoric exploitation. Rafael Domingo
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The marine chert from Las Lezas and its prehistoric exploitation. Rafael Domingo
historyEnglish29 oct 2015810SESSION 6 - Characterising lithic sourcesThe marine chert from Las Lezas (Biel, Zaragoza) and its prehistoric exploitationThis work present the results of the petrographic study of the local chert (Las Lezas), as well as the different strategies concerning its gathering, transport and exploitation in every prehistoric cultural phase, in connection to other exogenous ...
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