Mineral Resources

Mineral Resources

[see also under “Metals” in bibliography on “Mycenaean Trade”]

T. Carter, ‘L’obsidienne égéenne: caractérisation, utilization et culture’, in M.-H. Moncel and F. Fröhlich (eds.), L’Homme et le Précieux. Matières Minérales Précieuses de la Préhistoire à Aujourd’hui’ [BAR-IS 1934] (Oxford 2009) 199-212.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Bronze Age Copper Sources in the Mediterranean: A  New Approach,” Science 216: 4541 (1982) 11-19.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Thorikos, Perati, and Bronze Age Silver Production in Laurion, Attica,” Miscellanea Graeca 5(1982) 97-103.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Lead Isotope Studies in the Aegean (The British Academy Project),” in A. M. Pollard (ed.), New Developments in Archaeological Science [Proceedings of the British Academy 77] (Oxford 1992) 63-108.

N. H. Gale, Z. A. Stos-Gale, and J. L. Davis, “The Provenance of Lead Used at Ayia Irini, Keos,” Hesperia 53(1984) 389-406.

M. Georgiadis, “The Obsidian in the Aegean beyond Melos: An Outlook from Yali,” OJA 27(2008) 101-117.

M. D. Higgins and R. Higgins, A Geological Companion to Greece and the Aegean (Ithaca 1996).

P. N. Kardulias, “The Ecology of Bronze Age Flaked Stone Tool Production in Southern Greece: Evidence from Agios Stephanos and the Southern Argolid,” AJA 96(1992) 421-442.

K. Kopaka and N. Chaniotakis, “Just Taste Additive? Bronze Age Salt from Zakros, Crete,” OJA 22(2003) 53-66.

V. McGeehan-Liritzis, “The Relationship between Metalwork, Copper Sources and the Evidence for Settlement in the Greek Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age,” OJA 2(1983) 147-180.

E. Pernicka, “Erzlagerstätten in der Ägäis und ihre Ausbeutung in Altertum: Geochemische Untersuchungen zur Herkunftbestimmung archäologischer Metallobjeckte,” JRGZM 35(1989) 607-714.

C. Runnels, A Diachronic Study and Economic Analysis of Millstones from the Argolid, Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University 1981; University Microfilms International #81-19022)

C. N. Runnels, “On Lithic Studies in Greece,” in P. N. Kardulias (ed.), Beyond the Site: Regional Studies in the Aegean Area (Lanham 1994) 161-172.

C. Runnels and R. Cohen, “The Source of the Kitsos Millstones,” in N. Lambert (ed.), La grotte préhistorique de Kitsos (Attique) (Paris 1981) 233-239.

P. Spitaels, “The Early Helladic Period in Mine No.3 (Theatre Sector),” in Thorikos VIII (Gent 1984) 151-174.

Z. A. Stos-Gale and N. H. Gale, “The Sources of Mycenaean Silver and Lead,” JFA 9(1982) 467-485.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, N. H. Gale, and N. Annetts, “Lead Isotope Data from the Isotrace Laboratory, Oxford: Archaeometry Data Base 3, Ores from the Aegean, Part 1,” Archaeometry 38(1996) 381-390.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, N. H. Gale, and U. Zwicker, “The Copper Trade in the South East Mediterranean Region: Preliminary Scientific Evidence,” RDAC (1986) 122-144.

Z. A. Stos-Gale and C. F. McDonald, “Sources of Metals and Trade in the Bronze Age Aegean,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 249-287.

R. Torrence, Production and Exchange of Stone Tools: Prehistoric Obsidian in the Aegean (Cambridge 1986).

M. Waelkens, “Tool Marks and Mining Techniques in Mine Nr. 3,” in Thorikos IX (Gent 1990) 114-143.

P. Warren, “Lapis Lacedaemonius,” in J. M. Sanders (ed.), PHILOLAKON: Lakonian Studies in Honour of Hector Catling (London 1992) 285-296.

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