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Author Degryse, Patrick. Author.

Title Glass making in the Greco-Roman world : results of the ARCHGLASS project / edited by Patrick Degryse.

Published Leuven, Belgium : Leuven University Press, ©2014.

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Physical description 1 online resource (189 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Series Studies in archaeological sciences ; 4
Studies in archaeological sciences ; 4.
Books at JSTOR Open Access
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The archaeology and archaeometry of natron glass making / R.B. Scott, P. Degryse -- Western Mediterranean sands for ancient glass making / D. Brems, P. Degryse -- The Sr-Nd isotopic fingerprint of sand raw materials / D. Brems, M. Ganio, P. Degryse -- Trace elements in sand raw materials / D. Brems, P. Degryse -- The Sources of Natron / V. Devulder, P. Degryse -- Primary glass factories around the Mediterranean / P. Degryse, M. Ganio, S. Boyen, A. Blomme, B. Scott, D. Brems, M. Carremans, J. Honings, T. Fenn, F. Cattin.
Summary This book presents a reconstruction of the Hellenistic-Roman glass industry from the point of view of raw material procurement. Within the ERC funded ARCHGLASS project, the authors of this work developed new geochemical techniques to provenance primary glass making. They investigated both production and consumer sites of glass, and identified suitable mineral resources for glass making through geological prospecting. Because the source of the raw materials used in the manufacturing of natron glass can be determined, new insights in the trade of this material are revealed. While eastern Mediterranean glass factories were active throughout the Hellenistic to early Islamic period, western Mediterranean and possibly Italian and North African sources also supplied the Mediterranean world with raw glass in early Roman times. By combining archaeological and scientific data, the authors develop new interdisciplinary techniques for an innovative archaeological interpretation of glass trade in the Hellenistic-Roman world, highlighting the development of glass as an economic material.
Notes European Research Council (ERC) 240750
Other author Degryse, Patrick.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Glassware, Ancient.
Glassware, Classical.
Glassware, Roman.
Glassware -- Mediterranean Region -- History.
Glassware -- Middle East -- History.
Glassware industry -- Rome -- History.
Glassware industry -- Mediterranean Region -- History.
Glassware industry -- Middle East -- History.
Glass -- Rome -- History.
Glass -- Mediterranean Region -- History.
Glass -- Middle East -- History.
Glass manufacture -- Mediterranean Region -- History -- To 1500.
Glass manufacture -- Mediterranean Region -- History.
Glass manufacture -- Middle East -- History.
Glass manufacture -- Rome -- History.
Rome -- Antiquities.
Middle East -- Antiquities.
Mediterranean Region -- Antiquities.
Glass trade
Hellenistic-Roman glass
Raw material procurement
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
History.
ISBN 9789461661579 (electronic bk.)
9461661576 (electronic bk.)
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Standard Number 10.26530/OAPEN_513796
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