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In: W. D. Kingery (E., Ceramics and Civilization 3: High-technology ceramics: past, present and future. The nature of innovation and change in ceramic technology (pp. 35–63). Westerville: The American Ceramic Society. Kearns, . Martinón-Torres, . & Rehren, Th. (2010). Metal to mould: alloy identification in experimental casting moulds using XRF. Historical Metallurgy, 44(1), 48–58. (2009). Post-medieval crucible production and distribution: A study of materials and materialities. Archaeometry, 51(1), 49–74.
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