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Interdisciplinary research on artefacts: archaeometric study of pottery and phosphate soil analysis in deserted medieval villages

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ČAPEK, L., HOLATA, L., MENŠÍK, P., BAIERL, P., HRDLIČKA, J., PROCHÁZKA, M., ŘÍHA, J., SAVKOVÁ, J. Interdisciplinary research on artefacts: archaeometric study of pottery and phosphate soil analysis in deserted medieval villages. In Fines Transire 23. 2014. s. 95-104., ISSN: 1868-2308
Druh: STAŤ VE SBORNÍKU
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Interdisciplinary research on artefacts: archaeometric study of pottery and phosphate soil analysis in deserted medieval villages
Rok vydání: 2014
Autoři: Mgr. Ladislav Čapek Ph.D. , Mgr. Lukáš Holata Ph.D. , PhDr. Petr Menšík Ph.D. , Mgr. Petr Baierl , Ing. Jan Hrdlička Ph.D. , Mgr. Milan Procházka , Ing. Jan Říha Ph.D. , Ing. Jarmila Savková Ph.D. ,
Abstrakt EN: The study of artefacts increasingly focuses on sci-entific archaeometric analyses that allow a detailed understanding of technological procedures, including raw material acquisition, individual production phases, as well as the use of the artefacts in the past. Chemi-cal analyses have an important role in non-invasive research aimed at the identification and determination of activity areas as well as the detection of the set-tlement structure.
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