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Chemical characterization of tin-lead glazed ceramics from Aragon (Spain) by neutron activation analysis
Garcia Iñañez, Javier; Speakman, Robert J.; Buxeda i Garrigós, Jaume; Glascock, Michael D.
Universitat de Barcelona
Majolica pottery was the most characteristic tableware produced in Spain during the Medieval and Renaissance periods. A study of the three main production centers in the historical region of Aragon during Middle Ages and Renaissance was conducted on a set of 71 samples. The samples were analyzed by instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA), and the resulting data were interpreted using an array of multivariate statistical procedures. Our results show a clear discrimination among different production centers allowing a reliable provenance attribution of ceramic sherds from the Aragonese workshops.
Arqueologia
Arqueometria
Ceràmica
Archaeology
Archaeometry
Pottery
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