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Roman Pottery Bibliography

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  909 Review of Peacock, D P S (ed), Pottery and Early Commerce (Academic Press, 1977), by Musty, I, J Archaeol Sci, VoL 5 (2), 1978, 95- 97.
  910 O'Brien, P. 'An Experimental Study of the Effects of Salt Erosion on Pottery', J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 17 (4), 1990, 393-401.
  911 Orton, C R, 'Stochastic Process and Archaeological Mechanism in Spatial Analysis', I Archaeol Sci, Vol  9 (1), 1982, 1-23.
   912 Rice, P M & Saffer, M E, 'Ouster Analysis of Mixed-level Data: Pottery Provenience as an Example', I Archaeol Sci, Vol 9 (4), 1982, 395-409.
  913 Review of Schiffer, M B, Formation Processes of the Archaeological Record (University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1987), by Bell, M, J Archaèol Sci, Vol. 16 (5), 1989, 561-562.
 914 Schiffer, M B, 'The Influence of Surface Treatment on Heating Effectiveness of Ceramic Vessels', J Archaeol Sci, Vol 17 (4), 1990, 373-381.
  915Schubert, P. 'Petrographic modal analysis - a necessary complement to chemical analysis of ceramic coarse ware', Archaeometry, Vol. 28 (2), 1986, 163-178.
  916 Shackley, M, 'Gas Chromatographic Identification of a Resinous Deposit from a 6th century Storage Jar and its Possible Identification', J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 9 (3), 1982, 305-306.
  917 Review of Shennan, S, Experiments in the Collection and Analysis of Archaeological Survey Data: The East Hampshire Survey (Dept of Prehist Arthaeol, Sheffield University, 1985), by Mills, N, J Archaeol Sci, Vol 14 (1), 1987, 110-112.
  918 Review of Shennan, S, Quantifying Archaeology (Edinburgh University Press & Academic Press, 1988), by Doran, J, J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 15 (5), 1988, 592-593.
  919 Storey, J M V, 'A Chemical Study of Clays and Roman Pottery from the Lower Nene Valley, Eastern England', J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 15 (1), 1988, 35-50.
  920 Tite, M S, Bimson, M & Freestone, I C, 'An examination of high gloss surface finishes on Greek Attic and Roman Samian wares', Archaeometry, Vol. 24 (2), 1982, 117-126.
  921 Topping, P G & MacKenzie, A B, 'A test of the use of neutron activation analysis for clay source characterization', Archaeometry, Vol. 30, 1988, 92-101.
  922 Tubb, A, Parker, A J & Nickless, G, 'The Analysis of Romano-British Pottery by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry', Archaeometry, Vol. 22 (2), 1980, 153-171.
  923 Turner, J D, Keary, A C &: peacock, D P S, 'Drawing potsherds: a low-cost computer-based system', Archaeometry, Vol. 32 (2), 1990, 177-182.
  924  Review of Van der Leeuw, S E & Pritchard, A C, The Many Dimensions of Pottery: Ceramics in Archaeology and Anthropology (Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1984), by Hodges, R, J Archaeol Sci, Vol 13 (1), 1986, 97-99.
  925 Velde, B & Courtois, L, 'Yellow Garnets in Roman Amphorae - a Possible Tracer of Ancient Commerce', I Archaeol Sci, Vol 10 (6), 1983, 531-539.
  926 Vitali, V, 'Archaeometric Provenance Studies: an Expert System Approach', J Archaeol Sci, Vol 16 (4), 1989, 383-391.
  927 Vitali, V & Franklin, U M, 'New Approaches to the Characterization and Classification of Ceramics on the Basis of their Elemental Composition', J Archaeol Sci, Vol. 13 (2), 1986, 161-170.
      928 Wandibba, S, 'Experiments in textural analysis', Archaeometry, Vol. 24 (1), 1982, 71-75.
  929 Whitbread, I K, 'The characterisation of argillaceous inclusions in ceramic thin sections', Archaeometry, Vol.28(l), 1986,79-88.


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