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Archaeometry; Remote sensing; LiDAR; chemical analysis; Archaeology

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Proceedings of the Archaeometry Symposium at NORM 2019, June 16-19, Portland, Oregon, Portland State University. Dedicated to the Rev. H. Richard Rutherford, C.S.C., Ph.D

Edited by Mario Ramírez Galán, Ronda Sandifer Bard

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Proceedings of the Archaeometry Symposium at NORM 2019, Portland, Oregon, papers, with case studies in Spain, Canada, Thailand, Lithuania or Russia, address the application of different techniques in archaeology in order to comprehend some aspects during and after excavations, for instance, physics, chemical analysis, remote sensing, LiDAR, etc.



Identification of iron and wood through the effects of microstructures in timber-laced walls of the Celtic Iron Age of the Iberian Peninsula. Luis Berrocal-Rangel, Rosario García-Giménez, Raquel Vigil de la Villa, Carmen Gutiérrez-Sáez, Lucía Ruano & Marcos Osório ;
Traction or hybrid trebuchet? The use of physical calculations to classify trebuchets. Mario Ramírez Galán, María Benítez Galán, Rafael Montalvo Laguna, Reina Inlow & Ronda S. Bard ;
Blue-and-white porcelain in early South Thailand maritime trade. Angelica Kneisly, William Ayres & Maury Morgenstein ;
Archaeometallography: a new look at old issues in the history of the iron industry. N. N. Terekhova & V. I. Zavyalov ;
Falling from the sky. Aerial photogrammetry and LiDAR applied to the archaeology of architecture and landscape: two fortifications from the Alpujarra (Granada, Spain). Jorge Rouco Collazo, José Antonio Benavides López & José María Martín Civantos ;
Early Roman Iron Age jewellery in the Northern Barbaricum: between stylistic and technological simplicity and luxury. Audronė Bliujienė, Gediminas Petrauskas, Jurga Bagdzevičienė, Sergej Suzdalev & Evaldas Babenskas ;
The application and evaluation of remote sensing techniques to household archaeology on the Northwest Coast. William T. D. Wadsworth, Andrew Martindale, Colin Grier & Kisha Supernant

About the Author

Mario Ramírez Galán, PhD., is Adjunct Professor in archaeology at the University of Portland (Portland, Oregon) and PhD. in archaeology from the UAH (Alcalá de Henares, Madrid). ;

Ronda Sandifer Bard, PhD., is Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Portland (Portland, Oregon). Her research interests include carbanion chemistry, polymer-bound reactive intermediates, and archaeometry, particularly XRF analysis of metal and bone artifacts.