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Last updated:
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This list relates to the academic year Academic Year 2012/13 which ended on 31/07/2013
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  1. Term 1 48 items
    1. Lecture 1: Introduction 11 items
      1. Organic mass spectrometry in art and archaeology - Colombini, Maria Perla, Modugno, Francesca 2009

        Book 

      2. Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history - Chalmers, John M., Edwards, Howell G. M., Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain) c2005

        Book 

      3. The science and archaeology of materials: an investigation of inorganic materials - Henderson, Julian 2000

        Book 

      4. Non-destructive microanalysis of cultural heritage materials - Grieken, R. van, Janssens, Koen H. A. 2004

        Book 

      5. Access to chemistry - Jones, A. V. 1999

        Book  GOOD FOR BASICS

      6. Conservation science: heritage materials - Jones, Mark, May, Eric c2006

        Book 

      7. Analytical chemistry in archaeology - Batt, Catherine, Young, Suzanne, Pollard, A. M., Stern, Ben c2007

        Book 

      8. Archaeological chemistry - Pollard, A. M., Heron, Carl, Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain) c2008

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      9. An introduction to archaeological chemistry - Price, T. Douglas, Burton, James H. c2011

        Book 

      10. The principles and practice of electron microscopy - Watt, Ian M. 1997

        Book 

    2. Lectures 2 and 3: Optical microscopy, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy 5 items
      1. Surface preparation and microscopy of materials - Bousfield, Brian c1992

        Book 

      2. Optical mineralogy: principles and practice - Gribble, C. D., Hall, A. J. 1993

        Book 

      3. Polarized light microscopy - McCrone, Walter C., Delly, John Gustav, McCrone, Lucy B. 1978

        Book 

      4. Qualitative polarized-light microscopy - Robinson, P. C., Bradbury, Savile, Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) 1992

        Book 

    3. Lecture 4: Stone 4 items
      1. Chemical fundamentals of geology - Gill, Robin 1996

        Book 

      2. Optical mineralogy: principles and practice - Gribble, C. D., Hall, A. J. 1993

        Book 

      3. Stone conservation: principles and practice - Henry, Alison 2006

        Book 

    4. Lecture 5: Pigments 5 items
      1. Paint research in building conservation - Bregnhøi, Line, Nationalmuseet (Denmark) 2006

        Book 

      2. Colour: making and using dyes and pigments - Delamare, François, Guineau, Bernard 2000

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      3. Artists' pigments: a handbook of their history and characteristics - Feller, Robert L., Roy, Ashok, Berrie, Barbara Hepburn, FitzHugh, Elisabeth West c1986-c2007

        Book  VOLUME 3

    5. Lecture 6: Plaster, Mortar, Cement and Concrete 3 items
    6. Lecture 7: Glass, glazes and faience - technology and manufacture 4 items
      1. Ceramics and glass: a basic technology - Bray, Charles, Society of Glass Technology 2000

        Book 

      2. Chemical analyses of early glasses - Brill, Robert H., Rising, Brandt A., Corning Museum of Glass 1999

        Book 

      3. Conservation of glass - Newton, R. G., Davison, Sandra 1996

        Book 

    7. Lecture 8: Glazes and Faience 5 items
      1. Ceramics and glass: a basic technology - Bray, Charles, Society of Glass Technology 2000

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      2. Early vitreous materials - Freestone, Ian, Bimson, M., British Museum 1987

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      3. Conservation and care of glass objects - Koob, Stephen P., Corning Museum of Glass c2006

        Book 

      4. Conservation of glass - Newton, R. G., Davison, Sandra 1996

        Book 

    8. Lecture 9: Metals as Materials – An Overview 6 items
      1. Metallurgy for the non-metallurgist - Chandler, Harry c1998

        Book 

      2. Mining and metal production through the ages - Lang, Janet, Craddock, P. T. c2003

        Book 

      3. Extractive metallurgy of copper - Biswas, A. K., Davenport, W. G. 2002

        Book 

      4. Conservation science: heritage materials - Jones, Mark, May, Eric c2006

        Book 

    9. Lecture 10: Copper and Copper Alloys 5 items
      1. Mining and metal production through the ages - Lang, Janet, Craddock, P. T. c2003

        Book 

      2. Copper and bronze in art: corrosion, colorants, conservation - Scott, David A., Getty Conservation Institute 2002

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      3. Metals and corrosion: a handbook for the conservation professional - Selwyn, Lyndsie, Canadian Conservation Institute c2004

        Book 

  2. Term 2 56 items
    1. Lecture 11: Iron Working and Technology 8 items
      1. Iron and steel in ancient times - Buchwald, Vagn Fabritius, Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab c2005

        Book 

      2. Mining and metal production through the ages - Lang, Janet, Craddock, P. T. c2003

        Book 

      3. Evidence preserved in corrosion products: new fields in artifact studies - Janaway, R. C., Scott, B. G., United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Council for British Archaeology 1989

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      4. Principles and prevention of corrosion - Jones, Denny A. 1996

        Book 

      5. Iron and steel in art: corrosion, colorants, conservation - Scott, David A., Eggert, Gerhard 2009

        Book 

      6. Metals and corrosion: a handbook for the conservation professional - Selwyn, Lyndsie, Canadian Conservation Institute c2004

        Book 

    2. Lecture 12: Precious Metals and Lead/Tin Based Alloys 3 items
      1. Gilded metals: history, technology and conservation - Drayman Weisser, Terry, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 2000

        Book 

      2. Metals and corrosion: a handbook for the conservation professional - Selwyn, Lyndsie, Canadian Conservation Institute c2004

        Book 

    3. Lecture 13: Wood structure and ID 3 items
      1. The organic chemistry of museum objects - Mills, John S., White, Raymond 1999

        Book 

    4. Lecture 14: Wood Technology and Deterioration 7 items
      1. Painted wood: history and conservation - Dorge, Valerie, Howlett, F. Carey, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 1998

        Book  E-BOOK

      2. Wood: decay, pests, and protection - Eaton, R. A., Hale, M. D. C. 1993

        Book 

      3. The organic chemistry of museum objects - Mills, John S., White, Raymond 1999

        Book 

      4. Conservation of furniture - Rivers, Shayne, Umney, Nick 2003

        Book 

    5. Lecture 15 1 item
        • No session and no reading for this week

    6. Lecture 16: Plant and Animal Fibres 4 items
      1. Guide to the identification of animal fibres - Appleyard, H. M., Wira 1978

        Book 

      2. Identification of vegetable fibres - Catling, Dorothy, Grayson, John E. 1982

        Book 

      3. Microscopy of textile fibres - Greaves, P. H., Saville, B. P., Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) 1995

        Book 

      4. The organic chemistry of museum objects - Mills, John S., White, Raymond 1999

        Book 

    7. Lecture 17: Textile Technology, Examination 7 items
      1. Scientific analysis of ancient and historic textiles: informing preservation, display and interpretation : postprints - Janaway, R. C., Wyeth, Paul, AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies 2005

        Book 

      2. Unravelling textiles: a handbook for the preservation of textile collections - Boersma, Foekje, Brokerhof, Agnes W., Berg, Saskia van den, Tegelaers, Judith 2007

        Book 

      3. North European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles X - Strand, Eva B. Andersson, North European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles 2009

        Book 

      4. X-radiography of textiles, dress and related objects - O'Connor, Sonia A., Brooks, Mary M. 2007

        Book 

      5. World textiles: a concise history - Schoeser, Mary 2003

        Book 

      6. Textiles: a classification of techniques - Seiler-Baldinger, Annemarie c1994

        Book 

      7. Clothing: the portable environment - Watkins, Susan M. 1984

        Book 

    8. Lecture 18: Skin and Leather - Technology and Processing 3 items
      1. Conservation of leather and related materials - Kite, Marion, Thomson, Roy 2006

        Book 

    9. Lecture 19: Skin and Leather - Deterioration 4 items
      1. Leather: its composition and changes with time - Calnan, C. N., Haines, Betty, Leather Conservation Centre c1991

        Book 

      2. Conservation of leather and related materials - Kite, Marion, Thomson, Roy 2006

        Book 

      3. Microanalysis of parchment - Larsen, René 2002

        Book 

    10. Lecture 20: Animal Hard Tissues - Bone, Teeth, Ivory, Horn, Antler, Shell 4 items
      1. Working horn, ivory & tortoishell - Holztapffel, Charles H., Holtzapffel, Charles, Holztapffel, Charles H. c2000

        Book 

      2. The organic chemistry of museum objects - Mills, John S., White, Raymond 1999

        Book 

      3. Archaeological bone, antler and ivory - Starling, Katharine, Watkinson, David, United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 1987

        Book 

    11. Ceramic Technology 12 items
      1. Ceramic theory and cultural process - Arnold, Dean E. 1985

        Book 

      2. Ceramics and glass: a basic technology - Bray, Charles, Society of Glass Technology 2000

        Book 

      3. Pottery in the making: world ceramic traditions - Gaimster, David R. M., Freestone, Ian 1997

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      4. The potter's dictionary of materials and techniques - Hamer, Frank, Hamer, Janet 1991

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      5. Ceramic masterpieces: art, structure, and technology - Kingery, W. D., Vandiver, Pamela B. c1986

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      6. Pottery in archaeology - Orton, Clive, Tyers, Paul, Vince, A. G. 1993

        Book 

      7. A handbook of silicate rock analysis - Potts, P. J. 1992

        Book 

      8. Pottery analysis: a sourcebook - Rice, Prudence M. 1987

        Book 

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