A repertory of Roman military bronze equipment (1st- 3rd century AD) found at the archaeological site of Thamusida (Rabat, Morocco) was analysed by non-destructive X-ray fluorescence and time of flight neutron diffraction (T. oF-ND). Most objects are made of leaded alloys, where copper is combined with tin and/or zinc and, in six cases, to arsenic as well. A mixed technology was employed, making a limited use of "pure" semi-finished materials if compared with the large utilization of recycled materials (brass and bronze). © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.

Gliozzo, E., Arletti, R., Cartechini, L., Imberti, S., Kockelmann, W.A., Turbanti, I., et al. (2010). Non-invasive chemical and phase analysis of roman bronze artefacts from Thamusida (Morocco). APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES, 68(12), 2246-2251 [10.1016/j.apradiso.2010.07.004].

Non-invasive chemical and phase analysis of roman bronze artefacts from Thamusida (Morocco)

GLIOZZO, E.;TURBANTI, I.;
2010

Abstract

A repertory of Roman military bronze equipment (1st- 3rd century AD) found at the archaeological site of Thamusida (Rabat, Morocco) was analysed by non-destructive X-ray fluorescence and time of flight neutron diffraction (T. oF-ND). Most objects are made of leaded alloys, where copper is combined with tin and/or zinc and, in six cases, to arsenic as well. A mixed technology was employed, making a limited use of "pure" semi-finished materials if compared with the large utilization of recycled materials (brass and bronze). © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.
Gliozzo, E., Arletti, R., Cartechini, L., Imberti, S., Kockelmann, W.A., Turbanti, I., et al. (2010). Non-invasive chemical and phase analysis of roman bronze artefacts from Thamusida (Morocco). APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES, 68(12), 2246-2251 [10.1016/j.apradiso.2010.07.004].
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