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Historical Metallurgy Vol 48

Historical Metallurgy Vol 48
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 Volume 48 Parts 1 and 2 (for 2014; printed 2015)

Who’s afraid of the bowl furnace?       David Dungworth

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_1_Dungworth.pdf

Iron tyres from Iron Age burials at Wetwang, Yorkshire       Janet Lang

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_8_Lang.pdf

Bloomery ironmaking during the Roman period in mid-Norway         Arne Espelund

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_16_Espelund.pdf

Geophysical prospection of iron slag heaps at Hamadab, Northern Sudan       Burkart Ullrich, Pawel Wolf and Georg Kaufmann

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_25_Ullrich.pdf

Snake swords and barbed spearheads: the visibility of pattern-welding     Brian Gilmour

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_34_Gilmour.pdf

Scales and spheres       Arne Jouttijärvi

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_41_Jouttijarvi.pdf

Reconstructing a blacksmithing ‘landscape’: Saxon smithing at Wharram Percy         Eleanor Blakelock, Gerry J McDonnell, Samantha R Rubinson, Nicholas Chabot, Allan B Daoust and E Ann Clark

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_47_Blakelock.pdf

One man’s waste is another man’s obsession: a theoretical framework for the study of ferrous slags     Allan B Daoust

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_55_Daoust.pdf

Wars of the Roses: battlefield arrowheads under the microscope        David Starley and Rachel S Cubitt

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_61_Starley.pdf

The iron bars from the ‘Gresham Ship’: employing multivariate statistics to further slag inclusion analysis of ferrous objects         Thomas Birch and Marcos Martinón-Torres

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_69_Birch.pdf

Experimental ironmaking in the 1720s: Thomas Tomkyns and his contemporaries       Peter King

To view the first page of this paper click here: 48_1_&_2_p_79_King.pdf

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