Vol. 17 / No. 4

By: Tamara Stech Wheeler, Robert Maddin and James D. Muhly

Ingots and the Bronze Age Copper Trade in the Mediterranean: A Progress Report

The last twenty years have seen an in­crease in scientific studies of archaeological materials resulting from the desire for greater […]

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Vol. 18 / No. 4

By: Tamara Stech Wheeler and Robert Maddin

The Techniques of the Early Thai Metalsmith

Archaeological research in Thailand during the past decade has produced evidence of an early bronze metallurgical tradition, the beginnings of […]

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Vol. 19 / No. 2

By: Robert Maddin, Tamara Stech Wheeler and James D. Muhly

Tin in the Ancient Near East: Old Questions and New Finds

Bronze—an alloy of copper and tin—gave its name to one of the periods of antiquity. It is now clear that […]

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Vol. 25 / No. 1

By: P.G. Warden, Robert Maddin, Tamara Stech and James D. Muhly

Copper and Iron Production at Poggio Civitate (Murlo): Analysis of Metalworking Archaic Etruscan Site

Since 1966 excavations at Poggio Civitate (Murlo), a site in central Italy about twenty kilometers south of Siena (Fig. 1), […]

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