of Roman Pottery Studies
Vol 4, 1991 pages 103/5
Editor's note: What follows is
essentially an introduction to this new section of the
Bibliography on scientific analysis, being a résumé of recent
papers in Archaeometry and the Journal of
Archaeological Science which might have some relevance to
students of Roman pottery. In next year's Bibliography and
thereafter we hope to present more detailed entries for the most
recent publications. Insofar as these entries are concerned, we
refer readers to the abstracts which are published at the
beginning of each volume of Archaeometry, and at the
beginning of each paper in J Archaeol Sci.
875 Adan-Bayewitz, D &: penman, I,
'Local pottery provenance studies: a role for clay
analysis', Archaeometry, Vol. 27 (2), 1985, 203- 217.
876 Aitken, M J, 'Luminescence dating: a
guide for non-specialists', Archaeometry, Vol 31(2),
877 Ballié, P J & Stern, W B,
'Non-destructive surface analysis of Roman Terra sigillata: a
possible tool in provenance studies?', Archaeometry, Vol.
26 (1), 1984, 62-68.
878 Blasius, E, Wagner, H, Braun, H,
Krumbholz, R & Schwaitz, B, 'Tile fragments as
characteristic evidence for ancient Roman settlements', Archaeometry,
Vol 25 (2), 1983, 165-178.
879 Cabral, J M P. Gouveia, M A, Alarcao, A
M & Alarcao, J, 'Neutron Activation Analysis of Fine Grey
Pottery from Conimbriga, Santa Olaia and Tavarede, Portugal', J
Archaeol Sci, Vol 10 (1), 1983, 61-70.
880 Carr, C, 'Advances in Ceramic
Radiography and Analysis:
Applications and Potential', J Archaeol Sci, Vol 17
(1), 1990, 13-34.
881 Carr, C & Riddick, E B, Jnr,
'Advances in Ceramic Radiography and Analysis: Laboratory
Methods', .1 Archaeol Sci, Vol 17 (1), 1990, 35-66.
882 Carver, M O H, 'Theory and Practice in
Urban Pottery Seriation', J Archaeol Sci, VoL 12 (5),
883 Clark, A J, Tarling, D H &
NoŽl, M, 'Developments in Archaeomagnetic Dating in
Britain', I Archaeol Sci, Vol. 15 (6), 1988, 645-667.
884 Cox, G A &: pollard, A M. 'Computer
Programmes for the Correction of Matrix Effects in the XRF
Analysis of Glass, Ceramics and Related Silicate Systems', J
Archaeol Sci, Vol. 8 (2), 1981, 121-131.
885 Franklin, U M & Vitali, V, 'The
environmental stability of ancient ceramics', Archaeometry,
Vol. 27 (1), 1985, 3-15.
886 Freestone, I C, 'Applications and
potential of electron probe micro-analysis for technological and
provenance investigations of ancient ceramics', Archaeometry,
Vol 24 (2), 1982,99-116.
887 Gillies, K J S & Urch, D 5,
'Spectroscopic studies of iron and carbon in black surfaced
wares', Archaeometry, VoL 25 (1), 1983, 29-44.
888 Graham, I, 'Spectral Analysis
and Distance Methods in the Study of Archaeological
Distributions', J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 7 (2), 1980,
889 Haigh, J G B & Kelly, M A,
'Contouring Techniques for Archaeological Distributions', I
Archaeol Sci, Vol. 14 (3), 1987, 23 1-241.
890 Hancock, R G V, 'On the source of clay
used for Cologne Roman pottery', Archaeometry, Vol. 26
(2), 1984, 210-217.
891 Hancock, R G V, 'Neutron activation
analysis of ceramics:
problems with titanium and calcium', Archaeometry, Vol.27
(1), 1985, 94-101.
Hart, F A & Adams, S J, 'The chemical analysis of
Romano-British pottery from the Alice Holt Forest, Hampshire, by
means of inductively-coupled plasma emission spectrometry', Archaeometry,
Vol 25 (2), 1983, 179-185.
893 Hart, F A, Storey, I M V, Adams, S
I, Symonds, R P & Walsh, J N, 'An Analytical Study, Using
Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Spectrometry, of Samian and
Colour-coated Wares from the Roman Town at Colchester together
with Related Continental Samian Wares', J Archaeol Sci, Vol
14 (6), 1987, 577-598.
894 Hatcher, H, Hedges, R E M,
Pollard, A M & Kenrick, P M, 'Analysis of Hellenistic
& Roman Fine Pottery from Benghazi', Archaeometry, Vol.
22 (2), 1980, 133-151.
895 Review of Hietala, H J (ed),
Intrasite Spatial Analysis in Archaeology (Cambridge University
Press, 1984), by Carr, C, J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 13 (6),
896 Review of Hughes, M J (ed),
Scientific Studies in Ancient Ceramics (Brit Mus Occ Paper 19,
1981), by Peacock, D P S, J Archaeol Sci, Vol 9 (1),
897 Johnson, J S, Clark, I,
Miller-Antonio, 5, Rubins, D, Schiffer, M B & Skibo, I M,
'Effects of Firing Temperature in the Fate
of Naturally Occurring Organic Matter in Clays', J Archaeol
Sci, Vol. 15 (4), 1988, 403-414.
898 Krywonos, W, Newton, G W A, Robinson, V
J & Riley, J A, 'Neutron Activation Analysis of Roman
Coarse Ware from Cyrenaica', Archaeometry, Vol. 22 (2),
899 Krywonos, W, Newton, G W A, Robinson, V
J & Riley, J A, 'Neutron Activation Analysis of Some Roman
and Islamic Coarse Wares of Western Cyrenaica and Crete', J
Archaeol Sci, VoL 9 (1), 1982, 63-78.
900 Lambert, J B, Xue, L, Weydert, J M &
Winter, J H, 'Oxidation states of iron in Bahamian pottery by
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy', Archaeometry, VoL 32
(1), 1990, 47-54.
901 Maggetti, M, Galetti, G Schwander, H,
Picon, M & Wessicken, R, 'Campanian Pottery; the Nature of
the Black Coating', Archaeometry, VoL 23 (2), 1981,
902 Maniatis, Y, Perdikatsis, V &
Kotsakis, K, 'Assessment of in-Site variability of pottery
from Sesklo, Thessaly', Archaeometry, Vol. 30 (2),
903 Middleton, A P, Freestone, I C &
Leese, M N, 'Textural analysis of ceramic thin sections:
evaluation of grain sampling procedures', Archaeometry, VoL
27 (1), 1985, 64-74.
904 Mirti, P. Zelano, V, Aruga, R, Ferrara,
E & Appolonia, L, 'Roman pottery from Augusta Praetoria (Aosta,
Italy): a provenance study', Archaeometry, VoL 32 (2),
905 Mommsen, H, 'Filters to sort pottery
samples of the same provenance from a data bank of Neutron
Activation Analysis', Archaeometry, VoL 23 (2), 1981,
906 Mommsen, H, Kreuser, A & Weber, I,
'A method for grouping pottery by chemical composition', Archaeometry,
Vol 30 (1), 1988, 47-57.
907 Neff, H, Bishop, R L & Sayre, E V,
'A Simulation Approach to the Problem of Tempering in
Compositional Studies of Archaeological Ceramics', I Archaeol
Sci, Vol. 15 (2), 1988, 159-172.
908 Neff, H, Bishop, R L & Sayre, B V,
'More Observations on the Problem of Tempering in
Compositional Studies of Archaeological Ceramics', J
Archaeol Sci, Vol. 16 (1), 1989, 57-69.