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A wide selection of glass tesserae from mosaics of the Roman “Villa del Casale” (Piazza Armerina, Enna, Italy) were characterized from a chemical and textural perspective, with the aim of providing archaeometric information about the raw materials and manufacturing techniques utilized at this...
The aim of this article is to describe a methodology for defining functional spaces within south Scandinavian Iron Age longhouses using a multiproxy application of archaeobotanical (carbonised plant macrofossil), geochemical (phosphate, loss on ignition) and geophysical (magnetic susceptibility)...
Archaeologists routinely analyse bivariate data, whether in raw form or as output from principal components or discriminant function analyses. Often, the aim is to test hypotheses regarding the relationships between two or more groups of data. This paper demonstrates two techniques that are...
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