Data for: Ceramic production in prehistoric northwest China: preliminary findings of new analyses of old material from the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm

Published: 8 Nov 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3bw8w9dp8c.1
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Appendix A contains the results of the petrographic analysis of 11 thin section samples taken from 10 ceramic sherds from 3 prehistoric sites in Gansu, northwest China, i.e., Majiayao, Qijiaping, and Xindian. The analyses were conducted using petrographic microscopy using plain and cross-polarized light. The results are summarized in a table format in Appendix I and as data sheets with photographs in Appendix AII.

Appendix B contains the results of portable ED-XRF analysis with an Olympus Delta 50 portable XRF. A meassuring spot of 5 mm and 60 seconds measuring time were chosen. Three measurements each were taken on fresh, clean breaks, avoiding larger conclusions were visible. The mean values of the three value sets were taken. The results are displayed in a table format.

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Ceramic production in prehistoric northwest China: Preliminary findings of new analyses of old material from the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm

Published in: Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports

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    2018-11-08

    Published: 2018-11-08

    DOI: 10.17632/3bw8w9dp8c.1

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    Hein, Anke; Stilborg, Ole (2018), “Data for: Ceramic production in prehistoric northwest China: preliminary findings of new analyses of old material from the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, Stockholm”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/3bw8w9dp8c.1

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Materials Science, Petrology, Archaeological Study in China, Petrography

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