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Tuesday 19th April
Metals and Coins
On the two sides of the coins: Coin analyses to understand jewellery.
Thomas Faucher and Alexandre Bodet
The Frapper Monnaie project: Understanding die productivity in Greek and Roman world.
Metallurgy and the Mechanisation of Minting
Archaeometallurgical and manufacturing procedures: studies of two copper coins dates 1851 and 1853 (OL)
Disguising Debasement: Roman Surface Silvering Technologies in the Third-Century AD.
Electron probe analysis of sectioned gold coins from antiquity: implications for cultural heritage research.
Late Iron Age Coin Pellet Production in Hertfordshire, Britain.
Wednesday 20th April
When identity sits on the surface: using pXRF to identify Constantinian copies in Romano-British hoards [AD 330-341]
New geochemical tools for silver provenance and fluxes
A critical review of LA-ICP-MS and the analysis of ancient coins
Silver coinage production policies of Central Eastern Gaul (IInd-Ist centuries B.C.E.) : an analytical overview. (OL)
Leisel Gentelli, Gil Davis, Haim Gitler, Janne-Blichert-Toft and Francis Alberade.
The source of 5th century BCE ‘imitation’ owls in the Southern Levant. (OL)
Fleur Kemmers and Sabine Klein
Standardised or laissez-faire? Bullion characterization and silver fineness of Greek federal coinages (5th-1st centuries BCE)
Stephen Merkel, Angela Celauro and Jane Kershaw
Silver, sulfur and salt: Experiments in Early Islamic silver extractive metallurgy
Tom Birch, Alex Metcalf and Rasmus Andreasen
Silver of the Abbasids: an investigation into the composition and provenance of North African Islamic dirhams.
Arnaud Suspene, Maryse Blet- Lemarquand and Jeremy Artru.
Archaeometrical analyses of Roman silver coins of the Augustan Age through LA-ICP-MS for the program MAN.
David Wigg, Sabine Klein and Tim Greifelt
The sources of the metal of Roman denarii – A multi-isotope and elemental analysis approach
Non-destructively probing the core composition of coinages of the Mediterranean by using muonic X-ray
Matthew Ponting and Kevin Butcher
RACOM and Summing-up
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Attendance will be a mixture of online and in-person. Zoom details for online attendees will be circulated shortly. The venue for those wishing to attend in-person is: The University of Liverpool, Arts Faculty Library, Abercromby Square, Liverpool. »