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H 290 x W 205 mm

406 pages

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Published Jul 2024

Archaeopress Archaeology


Paperback: 9781803277325

Digital: 9781803277325

DOI 10.32028/9781803277325

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Archaeometry; Greece; Bronze Age; Hellenistic; Roman; Aegean Archaeology

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Proceedings of the 7th Symposium of the Hellenic Society for Archaeometry

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Proceedings of the 7th Symposium Hellenic Society for Archaeometry includes a selection of contributions, covering a wide range of fields in archaeological science, such as provenance and technology of archaeomaterials, geo- and bio-archaeology, dating and landscape studies, as well as papers illuminating the origins of archaeometry in Greece.





Mineralogical and Chemical Characterization of a Casting Mould and Other Metalworking-related Finds from the LBA Settlement at Stavros, Chalandritsa in Western Achaea, Greece. Preliminary Results and Their Archaeological Interpretation – Ioannis Iliopoulos and Konstantina Soura


The Discovery of an Ancient Roasting Furnace in the Lavreotiki and the Problem of Galena Exploitation for Silver Production – George D. Papadimitriou and Hercules Katsaros


The Hellenistic Period (end of 4th to 1st Century BC) in the Laurion Region as a Period of Technological Inventions, Innovations, and Technological Transfer to Ptolemaic Egypt – George D. Papadimitriou


Processing of Mineral Resources and the Organization of Metal Production in Thasos During the Early Bronze Age – Sabine Nodin and Nerantzis Nerantzis


Metalworkers’ Workshops at Gonur and the Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex (BMAC) Sites – Papachristou O. A.


Early Perforated Aegean Furnaces: Archaeological and Archaeometrical Evidence from the Acropolis (Athens) South Slope – Dimitriou V. E., Filippaki E. and Bassiakos Y.


Archaeometallurgical Activity in the Two Early Helladic Settlements of Raphina and Askitario, East Attica Greece According to the Excavations of D. Theocharis in the Early 1950s. Preliminary Observations – Konstantina Karaindrou, Eleni Filippaki and Yannis Bassiakos


Non-destructive p-XRF Investigation of Prehistoric Metal Artifacts from Sites in the Karystos Area (south Euboea, Greece) – Georgios P. Mastrotheodoros, Eleni Filippaki, Yannis Bassiakos, Žarko Tankosić and Fanis Mavridis


Τεχνικές εξέτασης (pXRF / SEM-EDS) σε χάλκινα ευρήματα από το Μινωικό Ιερό Κορυφής των Κυθήρων – Αικατερίνη Παναγοπούλου


Non-destructive Physicochemical Analysis on Islamic Metallic Objects: a Preliminary Study on Construction Materials – Christina Konstantina Kousouni, Theodore Ganetsos, Adamantia Panagopoulou, Despoina Kotzamani, Anthia Foka and Maria Zacharia


Physicochemical Analysis of Mortars: A Case Study of Mortars from the Macedonian Tomb of the Aghia Varvara Site, in Veroia, Greece – Adamantia Panagopoulou, Giannis Zisekas and Christina Konstantina Kousouni


Non-Destructive Analysis and Experimental Replication of 5th Millennium BC ‘Crusted’ and Pattern Painted Pottery from West Macedonia, Greece – Eleni Aloupi-Siotis and Alexandra Kalogirou


Microscopic and Analytical Studies of Late Classical and Hellenistic Pottery from Ancient Messene, Greece – E. Triantafyllidi, E. Palamara, E. Zimi and N. Zacharias

From the Mycenaeans to the Romans: Reflecting on Early Glass Technology in Greece – M. Kaparou, M. Papageorgiou and A. Oikonomou


A Detailed Study of a Sediment Contained in a Mycenaean Cooking Pot from Salamis, Greece by a Combination of Analytical Techniques (XRD, XRF, Raman and SEM/EDS) – Artemios Oikonomou, Christina Marabea, Christina Papachristodoulou and Dimitrios Palles


Δυνατότητες και περιορισμοί στη διερεύνηση της τεχνολογίας και των υλικών κατασκευής λάκας αντικειμένου από την Κινέζικη συλλογή του Μουσείου Μπενάκη – Φαρμακαλίδου Ελένη Βερόνικα, Μπογιατζής Σταμάτης και Σαμπατάκος Ανδρέας


The Marbles of the Quarries Ab-u Hayat and Ahmet Beyli in the Area of Ephesos – Vasiliki Anevlavi, Walter Prochaska and Sabine Ladstätter


Study of the Inlay Decoration of the Marble “Kosmites” of the Katholikon of the Daphni Monastery – Polytimi Loukopoulou, Stamatis Boyatzis and Yorgos Facorellis


Materials and Techniques of Two Late 19th Century Greek Icons: an X-ray Techniques-Based Investigation – Georgi

About the Author

Eleni Filippaki is a Researcher at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, N.C.S.R. ‘Demokritos’. Her research interests span the following areas: studies on ancient metals with an emphasis on technology, provenance and corrosion; conservation of archaeological metallic objects using plasma chemistry methods; studies of archaeological residues; palaeoenviromental studies; sea level oscillation and sea level interaction for landscape reconstruction. She has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and participated in several European and national research projects.