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Three classes of medieval lead-tin-glazed ceramics (protomajolica, transition enamel pottery and white enamel pottery), from the archaeological site of Castello del Monte in Montella (Avellino, southern Italy), were investigated. Inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), optical and...
Dung has been a very important material in human history. To date, large portions of the world rural population continue using it as construction material, fuel, and fertilizer. A few ethnographic and archeological studies show that dung has also been used for ritual practices in domestic and...
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