Part 1: NAA, then and now
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- E. French, “The Contribution of Chemical Analysis to Provenance Studies,” La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant, TMO 41, Maison de l’Orient, Lyon 2004. Pp. 15-25.
- S. Zuckerman, D. Ben-Shlomo, P. A. Mountjoy, and H. Mommsen, “A provenance study of Mycenaean pottery from Northern Israel,” Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (2010), pp. 409-16.
Part 2: Analysis and its pay-off
- N. Worley, “Henry Clifton Sorby (1826-1908) & the Development of Thin Section Petrography in Sheffield,” in P. Quinn, ed. Interpreting Silent Artefacts. Petrographic Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2009. Pp. 1-10.
- G. Montana, A. M. Polito, and I. Iliopoulos, “Indigenous Tableware Production During the Archaic Period in Western Sicily: New Results from Petrographic Analysis,” in P. Quinn, ed. Interpreting Silent Artefacts. Petrographic Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2009. Pp. 47-63.
- D. Frankel and J. M. Webb, “Pottery production and distribution in prehistoric Bronze Age Cyprus: An application of pXRF analysis,” Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (2012), pp. 1380-87.