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  • Provenance of the gold of the Early Bronze Age Nebra

    Provenance of the gold of the Early Bronze Age Nebra Sky Disk, central Germany: geochemical characterization of natural gold from Cornwall ANJA EHSER1,*,G REGOR BORG1 and ERNST PERNICKA2 1 Institute of Geosciences, MartinLutherUniversity HalleWittenberg, VonSeckendorffPlatz 3, 06120 Halle (Saale), Germany

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    Gold debasement is usually achieved by an increase we consider in the same figure the gold coins struck between in the amount of silver, of copper or of both these metals in 936 and 1017 by the Arabs in the Iberian mints, the low lead 1530 Gold cultural heritage objects: a review of studies of provenance and manufacturing technologies (a) (b

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  • Provenance of the gold of the Early Bronze Age Nebra

    Provenance of the gold of the Early Bronze Age Nebra Sky Disk, central Germany: geochemical characterization of natural gold from Cornwall ANJA EHSER1,*,G REGOR BORG1 and ERNST PERNICKA2 1 Institute of Geosciences, MartinLutherUniversity HalleWittenberg, VonSeckendorffPlatz 3, 06120 Halle (Saale), Germany

  • When gold standards change: time to move on from

    The English ophthalmologist Richard Banister was one of the first to report palpable hardness of the normalappearing eye in 16221 Tonometry is an essential measurement in the assessment of eye health and a key component of glaucoma diagnosis and treatment, with intraocular pressure (IOP) remaining the only modifiable risk factor for glaucoma2 Goldmann applanation

  • 3 Mineral Properties – Mineralogy OpenGeology

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  • ARCHAEOMETALLURGICAL STUDIES OF BRONZE AGE

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  • Navajo Sandstone UtahGeology

    The Navajo Sandstone is a geologic formation in the Glen Canyon Group that is spread across the US states of southern Nevada, northern Arizona, northwestColorado, and Utah; as part of the Colorado Plateau province of the United States The Navajo Sandstone formation is particularly prominent in southern Utah, where it forms the main attractions of a number of national parks and

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    Due to its strength, hardness, high melting and boiling points, tungsten is used in wearresistant applications, specialty steel and alloys, and electrical and chemical products This dataset was compiled to provide base layers of information that identify and describe the known tungsten deposits in the United States

  • Amber: Mineral information, data and localities

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  • Quartz: Mineral information, data and localities

    2 Cryptocrystalline quartz or microcrystalline quartz is made of dense and compact aggregates of microscopic quartz crystals and crystallites Examples are agate and chert The different types of cryptocrystalline quartz are colloquially subsumed under the term chalcedony, although that term has a more strict definition in scientific literatureIt is worth mentioning that most chalcedony

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