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8 edition of Archaeomineralogy found in the catalog.

Archaeomineralogy

by George R. Rapp

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology,
  • Mineralogy,
  • Penology,
  • Historical Geology,
  • Mineralogy (Specific Aspects),
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Earth Sciences - Geology,
  • Earth Sciences - Mineralogy,
  • Science / Geology,
  • Mineralogy in archaeology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9057437M
    ISBN 103540425799
    ISBN 109783540425793

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“Archaeomineralogy” provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric studies. The first edition was very well-received and praised for its systematic description of the rocks and minerals used throughout the world by our ancestors and for its excellent list of over references, providing easy access to the fields of archaeomineralogy 2/5(1).

The Archaeomineralogy book has been used at least once before (Mitchell ), but this volume is the first publication to lay down the scientific basis and systematics for this subdiscipline. Students sometimes call an introductory archaeology course "stones and bones." Archaeomineralogy covers the stones component of this phrase.

This second edition of Archaeomineralogy takes an updated and expanded look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century CE. “Archaeomineralogy” provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric s: 1.

This second edition of Archaeomineralogy takes an updated and Archaeomineralogy book look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century ACE. This second edition of Archaeomineralogy takes an updated and expanded look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century ACE.

It retains the structure and main themes of the original edition but has been revised and expanded with more than new references in the text, a bibliography of useful references not included in the 2/5(1).

This second edition of Archaeomineralogy takes an updated and expanded look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century ACE.

It retains the structure and main themes of the original edition but has been revised and expanded with more than new references in the text, a bibliography of useful references not included in the. The term archaeomineralogy is relatively new. It was used by Mitchell () for a brief bibliography, by Rapp (, ) for books, and by Kostov et al., () and Rapp () as part of the first international meeting on archaeomineralogy.

This subdiscipline is quite distinct from the history of mineralogy. This book presents a systematic look at the utilization of rock and mineral materials from prehistoric times through the 17th century ACE. The coverage is nearly world-wide and gives more than : George R.

Rapp. This second edition of Archaeomineralogy takes an updated and expanded look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century ACE. It retains the structure and main themes of the original edition but has been revised and expanded with more than new references in the text, a bibliography of useful references not included Author: George Rapp.

Archaeomineralogy provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric studies. The first edition was very well-received and praised for its systematic description of the rocks and minerals used throughout the world by our ancestors and for its excellent list of over references, providing easy access to the fields Format: Copertina rigida.

"Archaeomineralogy" provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric studies. The first edition was very well-received and praised for its systematic description of the rocks and minerals used throughout the world by our ancestors and for its excellent list of over references, providing easy access to the fields of.

This second edition of "Archaeomineralogy" takes an updated and expanded look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century : George Rapp. Archaeomineralogy provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric studies.

The first edition was very well-received and praised for its systematic description of the rocks and minerals used throughout the world by our ancestors and for its excellent list of over references, providing easy access to the fields of archaeomineralogy.

“Archaeomineralogy” provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric Range: $ - $   "Archaeomineralogy" provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric studies.

The first edition was very well-received and praised for its systematic description of the rocks and minerals used throughout the world by our ancestors and for its excellent list of over references, providing easy access Book Edition: Softcover Reprint of Hardcover 2nd Ed. This book provides a wealth of information for mineralogists, geologists and archaeologists involved in archaeometric studies.

This second edition takes an updated look at the human use of rocks and minerals from the Paleolithic through to the 18th century. Mineralium Deposita "The book provides much interesting discussion of how particular names came to be employed by archaeologists working in different regions of the world.

Overall, I found that the book had much to offer for any geologist or archaeologist interested in minerals and rocks and how they have been used in the past.".

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Pollard. Books > Nonfiction. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or Rating: % positive.Archaeomineralogy covers the stones component of this phrase.

Of course, archaeology consists of a great deal more than just stones and bones. Contemporary archaeology is based on stratigraphy, geomorphology, chronometry, behavioral inferences, and a host of additional disciplines in addition to those devoted to stones and bones.Description: This book presents a detailed analysis and thorough study of the unique collection of Ancient Egyptian beads in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London.