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  1. Introductory readings 7 items
    The following books are good starters and references
    1. Science and the past - Bowman, Sheridan 1991

      Book Recommended

    2. Ancient glass: an interdisciplinary exploration - Henderson, Julian 2013

      Book 

    3. Modern methods for analysing archaeological and historical glass - Janssens, Koen H. A. 2013

      Book 

    4. Archaeological chemistry - Pollard, A. M., Heron, Carl, Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain) 2008

      Book Recommended

    5. Lapis lazuli from the kiln: glass and glassmaking in the late Bronze Age - Shortland, Andrew J. 2012

      Book Recommended

    6. Five thousand years of glass - Tait, Hugh 2004

      Book Recommended A very well illustrated and well written collection of chronological chapters, including glass working techniques.

    7. Production technology of faience and related early vitreous materials - Tite, M. S., Shortland, Andrew J. 2008

      Book Recommended

  2. Lecture 1 13 items
    1. Essential reading 3 items
      1. Looking into glass - I Freestone 1991

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      2. The scientific analysis of ancient glass and its archaeological interpretation - J. Henderson 1989

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      3. Chapter 5: The chemistry and corrosion of archaeological glass. - M. Pollard, C. Heron 2008

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    2. Further Reading 10 items
      1. A Note on the Scientist's Definition of Glass - R. H. Brill 1962

        Article Recommended Digitised reading

      2. Physical properties of early Chinese glass - R. H. Brill 1991

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Post-depositional changes in archaeological ceramics and glasses - Ian Freestone 2001

        Chapter Recommended

      4. The scanning electron microscope and the archaeologist - Matthew Ponting 2004

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      5. IRON AND SULFUR RELATED COLORS IN ANCIENT GLASSES - J. W. H. SCHREURS, R. H. BRILL 1984

        Article Recommended

      6. Scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive analysis: applications in the field of cultural heritage - M. Schreiner, M. Melcher, K. Uhlir 2007

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      7. Coloured glasses - Weyl, Woldemar A., Society of Glass Technology 1976

        Book Recommended

  3. Lecture 2 39 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Faience Technology - Paul T. Nicholson 2009

        Webpage Essential Digitised resource

      2. Glass Working, Use and Discard - P. Nicholson 2001

        Webpage Essential Digitised resource

      3. Glass Production - A. Shortland 2009

        Webpage Essential Digitised resources

      4. Five thousand years of glass - Tait, Hugh 2004

        Book Essential

    2. Further Reading 35 items
      1. The chemical interpretation of the texts - R. H. Brill 1970

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      2. ISOTOPIC DISCRIMINANTS BETWEEN LATE BRONZE AGE GLASSES FROM EGYPT AND THE NEAR EAST - P. DEGRYSE, A. BOYCE, N. ERB-SATULLO, K. EREMIN 2010

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      3. Gifts of the Nile: ancient Egyptian faience - Friedman, Florence D., Borromeo, Georgina, Leveque, Mimi, Cleveland Museum of Art 1998

        Book Recommended

      4. The production technology of Egyptian blue and green frits from second millennium BC Egypt and Mesopotamia - G.D. Hatton, A.J. Shortland, M.S. Tite 2008

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      5. The source of cobalt in ancient Egyptian pigments - A. Kaczmarczyk 1986

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Ancient Egyptian faience: an analytical survey of Egyptian faience from predynastic to Roman times - Kaczmarczyk, Alexander, Hedges, Robert E. M. c1983

        Book Recommended

      7. Studies in early Egyptian glass - Lilyquist, Christine, Wypyski, M. T., Brill, Robert H. 1993

        Book Recommended

      8. Ancient Mesopotamian materials and industries: the archaeological evidence - Moorey, P. R. S. 1999

        Book Recommended

      9. Egyptian faience and glass - Nicholson, Paul T. 1993

        Book Recommended

      10. Brilliant things for Akhenaten: the production of glass, vitreous materials and pottery at Amarna Site O45.1 - Nicholson, Paul T., Gerisch, Rainer, Brook, Elina, Jackson, Caroline M. 2007

        Book Recommended

      11. Egyptian faience - P. Nicholson, E. Peltenburg 2000

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      12. The Ulu Burun Glass Ingots, Cylindrical Vessels and Egyptian Glass - Paul T. Nicholson, Caroline M. Jackson and Katharine M. Trott 1997

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      13. THE EGYPTIAN GREEN PIGMENT: ITS MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND LINKS TO EGYPTIAN BLUE - S. Pages-Camagna, S. Colinart 2003

        Article Recommended Electronic journal

      14. The evolution of glazing technologies in the ancient Near East and Egypt - S. Paynter, M. S. Tite 2001

        Chapter Recommended Electronic resource

      15. Early faience: recent studies, origins and relationships with glass - E. Peltenburg 1987

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      16. RAMESSIDE GLASS-COLOURING CRUCIBLES - TH. REHREN 1997

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      17. Egyptian blue - J. Riederer 1997

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      18. Lapis lazuli from the kiln: glass and glassmaking in the late Bronze Age - Shortland, Andrew J. 2012

        Book 

      19. ANCIENT EXPLOITATION AND USE OF COBALT ALUMS FROM THE WESTERN OASES OF EGYPT - A. J. SHORTLAND, M. S. TITE, I. EWART 2006

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      20. Trace element discriminants between Egyptian and Mesopotamian Late Bronze Age glasses - Andrew Shortland, Nick Rogers, Katherine Eremin 2007

        Article Recommended

      21. DIRECT EVIDENCE OF PRIMARY GLASS PRODUCTION IN LATE BRONZE AGE AMARNA, EGYPT - M. SMIRNIOU, TH. REHREN 2011

        Article Recommended Electronic journal

      22. Early glass of the ancient world, 1600 B.C.-A.D. 50: Ernesto Wolf Collection - Stern, E. M., Schlick-Nolte, Birgit 1994

        Book Recommended

      23. CHARACTERISATION OF EARLY VITREOUS MATERIALS - M.S. TITE 1987

        Article Recommended Electronic journal

      24. EGYPTIAN FAIENCE: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE METHODS OF PRODUCTION - M. S. TITE, I. C. FREESTONE, M. BIMSON 1983

        Article Recommended

      25. The beginnings of vitreous materials in the Near East and Egypt - M. S. Tite, A. J. Shortland, S. Paynter 2002

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      26. Glazed Steatite: An Investigation of the Methods of Glazing Used in Ancient Egypt - M. S. Tite and M. Bimson 1989

        Article Recommended Electronic journal

      27. A technological study of ancient faience from Egypt - M.S. Tite, P. Manti, A.J. Shortland 2007

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      28. Appendix A: The manufacture of faience - P. Vandiver 1983

        Chapter Recommended PLUS PLATES AND MORE APPENDICES. THE MOST AMBITIOUS ANALYTICAL PROGRAMME ON FAIENCE SO FAR, BUT BE AWARE OF LECTURE NOTES.

      29. Artists' pigments from Amarna - F. Weatherhead, A. Buckley 1989

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      30. EGYPTIAN FAÏENCE: A Possible Survival in Iran - HANS E. WULFF, HILDEGARD S. WULFF and LEO KOCH

        Article Recommended

  4. Lecture 3 23 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Natron as a flux in the early vitreous materials industry: sources, beginnings and reasons for decline - Andrew Shortland, Lukas Schachner, Ian Freestone, Michael Tite 2006

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

      2. Roman Glassblowing in a Cultural Context - E. Marianne Stern 1999

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

      3. Hellenistic and non-blown Roman glass and The Roman Empire - V. Tatton-Brown 1991

        Chapter Essential

    2. Further Reading 20 items
      1. 'A whiter shade of pale'? Chemical and experimental investigation of opaque white Roman glass gaming counters - Foster, H.E.

        Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES. PLEASE SEE HOLDINGS AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY

      2. Laboratory studies of the Portland Vase - I. Freestone 1990

        Article Essential Available as print journal

      3. Innovation and change in ancient technologies - D. F. Grose 1986

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Chemical characterisation of Roman glass vessels, enamels and tesserae - J. Henderson 1991

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      5. The invention of blowing - J. Henderson 1991

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Refuse of a glass workshop of the second Temple Period from area J - Y. Israeli, N. Katsnelson 2006

        Chapter Recommended

      7. Learning by hand: artefact consistency and craft tradition - Y. Israeli, N. Katsnelson 2009

        Chapter Recommended

      8. MAKING COLOURLESS GLASS IN THE ROMAN PERIOD - C. M. JACKSON 2005

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      9. The analysis of blue-green glass and glassy waste from two Romano-British glass-working sites - C. M. Jackson, J. R. Hunter, S. E. Warren, H. E. M. Cool 1991

        Chapter Recommended

      10. The mineralogical and metallurgical origins of Roman opaque coloured glasses - J. L. Mass, R. E. Stone, M. T. Wypyski 1998

        Chapter Recommended

      11. Glass-working and Glassworkers in cities and towns - J. Price 2005

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      12. Romano-British glass vessels: a handbook - Price, J., Cottam, Sally 1998

        Book Recommended

      13. Innovation or continuity? Early first millennium bce glass in the Near East: the cobalt blue glasses from Assyrian Nimrud - W. Reade, I. C. Freestone, S. Bourke 2009

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      14. Innovation and continuity in Bronze Age and Iron Age glass from Pella in Jordan - W. Reade, I. C. Freestone, S. Bourke 2009

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      15. Compositional Categories of Ancient Glass - E. V. Sayre and R. W. Smith 1961

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      16. Some materials of glass manufacturing in antiquity - E. V. Sarye, R. W. Smith 1967

        Chapter Recommended

      17. The intentional use of antimony and manganese in ancient glasses - E. V. Sayre 1963

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      18. Glass Vessels from the burial of Nesikhons - B. Schlick-Nolte, R. Werthmann 2003

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      19. Early glass of the ancient world, 1600 B.C.-A.D. 50: Ernesto Wolf Collection - Stern, E. M., Schlick-Nolte, Birgit 1994

        Book Recommended

  5. Lecture 4 23 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Primary glass from Israel and the production of glass in Late antiquity and the Early Islamic period - I. Freestone, Y. Gorin-Rosen, M. Hughes 2000

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading

      2. The origins of Byzantine glass from Maroni Petrera, Cyprus - I. C. Freestone, M. Ponting, M. J. Hughes 2002

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

      3. FURTHER STUDIES IN THE COMPOSITIONAL VARIABILITY OF COLOURLESS ROMANO-BRITISH VESSEL GLASS - M. J. BAXTER, H. E. M. COOL, C. M. JACKSON 2005

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

    2. Further Reading 20 items
      1. Western Mediterranean sand deposits as a raw material for Roman glass production - Dieter Brems, Patrick Degryse, Femke Hasendoncks, Domingo Gimeno 2012

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      2. Scientific investigations of the Jalame glass - R. H. Brill 1988

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Neodymium and strontium isotopes in the provenance determination of primary natron glass production - P. Degryse, J. Schneider, V. Lauwers 2009

        Chapter Recommended Digital resource

      4. The provenance of ancient glass through compositional analysis - I. Freestone 2005

        Chapter Recommended Electronic resource

      5. Glass production in Late Antiquity and the Early Islamic period: a geochemical perspective - I. Freestone 2006

        Chapter Recommended Digital reading

      6. Pliny on Roman glassmaking - I. Freestone 2008

        Chapter Recommended

      7. Strontium Isotopes in the Investigation of Early Glass Production: Byzantine and Early Islamic Glass from the Near East - I. C. Freestone, K. A. Leslie, M. Thirlwall, Y. Gorin-Rosen 2003

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      8. The batch: its recognition and significance - I. Freestone, J. Price, C. Cartwright 2009

        Chapter Recommended Digital resource

      9. The production of HIMT glass: elemental and isotopic evidence - I. C. Freestone, S. Wolf, M. Thirlwall 2005

        Chapter Recommended Electronic resource

      10. Isotopic composition of glass from the Levant and South-eastern Mediterranean region - I. C. Freestone, S. Wolf, M. Thirlwall 2009

        Chapter Recommended

      11. The ancient glass industry in Israel: summary of finds and new discoveries - Y. Gorin-Rosen 2000

        Chapter Recommended Digital resource

      12. Glass, glass beads and glassmakers in Northern India - Kock, Jan, Sode, Torben [1995?]

        Book Recommended

      13. Ateliers primaires du Wadi Natrun: novelles decouvertes - M-D. Nenna, M. Picon, V. Thirion-Merle, M. Vichi 2005

        Chapter Recommended Digital resource

      14. Ateliers primaire et secondaires en Egypt a l'epoque greco-romaine - M-D. Nenna, M. Picon, M. Vichy 2000

        Chapter Recommended E-book

      15. "All in a day's work?". The colourless cylindrical glass cups found at Stonea revisited - J. Price, I. C. Freestone, C. Cartwright 2005

        Chapter Recommended Electronic reading

  6. Lecture 5 21 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. The great glass slab at Bet Shearim, Israel: an early Islamic glassmaking experiment? - I. Freestone, Y. Gorin-Rosen 1999

        Article Essential Digitised reading

      2. The Islamic lands and China - R. Pinder-Wilson 1991

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Further Reading 19 items
      1. Natron as a flux in the early vitreous materials industry: sources, beginnings and reasons for decline - Andrew Shortland, Lukas Schachner, Ian Freestone, Michael Tite 2006

        Article Recommended Electronic journal

      2. A STUDY OF GLASS TESSERAE FROM MOSAICS IN THE MONASTERIES OF DAPHNI AND HOSIOS LOUKAS (GREECE) - R. ARLETTI, C. FIORI, M. VANDINI 2010

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      3. Compositional categories of Byzantine glass tesserae - I. C. Freestone, M. Bimson, D. Buckton 1990

        Chapter Recommended Electronic resource

      4. The Lycurgus Cup — A Roman nanotechnology - Ian Freestone, Nigel Meeks, Margaret Sax, Catherine Higgitt 2007

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      5. ISLAMIC GLASS WEIGHTS AND STAMPS: ANALYSIS USING NUCLEAR TECHNIQUES - B. GRATUZE, J.-N. BARRANDON 1990

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      6. Enameled glass vessels, 1425 BCE - 1800: The decorating process - W. Gudenrath 2006

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      7. Investigations into marvered glass 2 - J. Henderson 1995

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      8. An investigation of early glass production at Raqqa, Syria - J. Henderson 1995

        Chapter Recommended

      9. Sasanian glass from Veh Ardašīr: new evidences by ICP-MS analysis - Piero Mirti, Marco Pace, Mery Malandrino, Mariamaddalena Negro Ponzi 2009

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      10. Analytical studies of ancient Egyptian glass - E. V. Sayre, R. W. Smith 1974

        Chapter Recommended Digital resource

      11. CHARACTERIZATION AND PROVENANCE OF LATE ANTIQUE WINDOW GLASS FROM THE PETRA CHURCH IN JORDAN - N. SCHIBILLE, F. MARII, Th. REHREN 2008

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      12. The palaeo-Christian glass mosaic of St. Prosdocimus (Padova, Italy): archaeometric characterisation of ‘gold’ tesserae - Alberta Silvestri, Serena Tonietto, Gianmario Molin 2011

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      13. Analysis of Gold-Coloured ruby glass tesserae in roman church mosaics of the fourth to 12th Centuries - M. Verità, P. Santopadre 2010

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      14. Glass along the silk road from 200 BC to AD 1000: international conference within the scope of the "Sino-German Project on Cultural Heritage Preservation" of the RGZM and the Shaanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology, December 11th-12th 2008 - Hilgner, Alexandra, Zorn, Bettina, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz, Shanxi Sheng kao gu yan jiu suo (Xi'an Shi, China) c2010

        Book Recommended Good collection of papers, many very pertinent.

  7. Lecture 6 8 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. Pottery in the making: world ceramic traditions - Freestone, Ian, Gaimster, David R. M. 1997

        Book Essential Chapters 10, 16, 17, 18, 28, 30

      2. LEAD GLAZES IN ANTIQUITY - METHODS OF PRODUCTION AND REASONS FOR USE - M. S. TITE, I. FREESTONE, R. MASON, J. MOLERA 1998

        Article Essential Electronic Journal

    2. Further Reading 6 items
      1. Early Islamic pottery: materials and techniques - Bernsted, Anne-Marie Keblow 2003

        Book Recommended

      2. THE BEGINNINGS OF ISLAMIC STONEPASTE TECHNOLOGY - R. B. MASON, M. S. TITE 1994

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      3. THE BEGINNINGS OF TIN-OPACIFICATION OF POTTERY GLAZES - R. B. MASON, M. S. TITE 1997

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      4. Links between glazes and glass in mid-2nd millennium BC Mesopotami and Egypt - S. Paynter 2009

        Chapter Recommended Digital reading

      5. PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF ROMAN LEAD-GLAZED POTTERY AND ITS CONTINUANCE INTO LATE ANTIQUITY - M. S. WALTON, M. S. TITE 2010

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

  8. Lecture 7 24 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Early glass in Asian Maritime Trade: a review and an interpretation of compositional analyses - J. W. Lankton, L. Dussubieux 2006

        Article Essential Available as print journal

      2. Ancient Glazes - P. B. Vandiver 1990

        Article Essential Electronic journal

    2. Further Reading 21 items
      1. The early glass of China - Jiayao An 1991

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Chemical analyses of some early Chinese glasses - R. H. Brill, S. S. C. Tong, D. Dohrenwend 1991

        Chapter Recommended Digital resource

      3. A glass garment from a Western Han tomb in Jiangsu province - Zhukai Cheng, Changyuan Zhou 1991

        Chapter Recommended

      4. European contributions to the Chinese Glass of the Early Qing Period - E. B. Curtis 1993

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      5. LA-ICP-MS analysis of African glass beads: Laboratory inter-comparison with an emphasis on the impact of corrosion on data interpretation - Laure Dussubieux, Peter Robertshaw, Micheal D. Glascock 2009

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      6. Mineral soda alumina glass: occurence and meaning - Laure Dussubieux, Bernard Gratuze, Maryse Blet-Lemarquand 2010

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      7. THE TRADING OF ANCIENT GLASS BEADS: NEW ANALYTICAL DATA FROM SOUTH ASIAN AND EAST AFRICAN SODA-ALUMINA GLASS BEADS* - L. DUSSUBIEUX, C. M. KUSIMBA, V. GOGTE, S. B. KUSIMBA 2008

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      8. An Early Man-Made Blue Pigment from China: Barium Copper Silicate - Elisabeth West FitzHugh and Lynda A. Zycherman 1983

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      9. A Purple Barium Copper Silicate Pigment from Early China - Elisabeth West FitzHugh and Lynda A. Zycherman 1992

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      10. Early glass in South and South east Asia and China - I. Glover, J. Henderson 1995

        Chapter Recommended

      11. Medieval glass mirrors in Southern Scandinavia and their technique, as still practiced in India - J. Kock, T. Sode 2002

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      12. Scientific study on the glass beads found in the Yayoi period of Japan - T. Kowzuka, K. Yamasaki 2003

        Chapter Recommended

      13. Chemical analyses of some ancient glasses from Korea - I. S. Lee 1993

        Chapter Recommended

      14. The Islamic lands and China - R. Pinder-Wilson 1991

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      15. A glass bead sequence for Southern Africa from the 8th to the 16th Century AD - M. Wood 2011

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      16. New discoveries in Chinese ceramics. - N. Wood 1997

        Webpage Recommended Digital resource

      17. Chinese glazes: their origins, chemistry, and re-creation - Wood, Nigel 1999

        Book Recommended

  9. Lecture 8 29 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Theophilus and the composition of Medieval glass - I. Freestone 1992

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading

      2. Origins of the Jarrow glass - I. Freestone, M. J. Hughes 2006

        Chapter Essential Digital resource

    2. Further Reading 26 items
      1. Aspects of early medieval glass production in Britain - J. Henderson 1993

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Technological characteristics of Roman enamels - J. Henderson

        Article Recommended Digitised reading

      3. Glass-mirrors in medieval times - I. Kreuger 1993

        Chapter Recommended

      4. SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS OF SEVENTH-CENTURY GLASS FRAGMENTS FROM THE CRYPTA BALBI IN ROME - P. MIRTI, A. LEPORA, L. SAGUÌ 2000

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      5. Glass Fragments from the Crypta Balbi in Rome: the Composition of Eighth-century Fragments - P. Mirti, P. Davit, M. Gulmini, L. Sagui 2001

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      6. About Limoges painted enamels - chronological evolution of the glass chemical composition - S. Rohrs, I. Biron, H. Stege 2009

        Chapter Recommended

      7. Analysis of Gold-Coloured ruby glass tesserae in roman church mosaics of the fourth to 12th Centuries - M. Verità, P. Santopadre 2010

        Article Recommended Available as print journal

      8. Ion beam analysis of Mosan enamels - Isabelle Biron, S bastien Beauchoux 2003

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      9. Techniques and materials in Limoges enamels - I. Biron, P. Dandridge, M. T. Wypski 1996

        Chapter Recommended

      10. THE OPAQUE RED GLASS OF CELTIC ENAMELS FROM CONTINENTAL EUROPE - N. BRUN, M. PERNOT 1992

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      11. Scientific investigation of copies, fakes and forgeries - Craddock, P. T. 2009

        Book Recommended

      12. Preliminary technical study on Medieval Limoges enamels - P. Dandrige, M. T. Wypuski 1992

        Chapter Recommended

      13. Compositions and origins of glasses from Romanesque champleve enamels - I. C. Freestone 1993

        Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

      14. Technological Characteristics of Roman Enamels - J. Henderson 1991

        Article Recommended Digitised reading

      15. Crowning glory: the identification of gems on the head reliquary of St Eustace from the Basle Cathedral Treasury - L. Joyner, I. Freestone, J. Robinson 2006

        Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES

      16. Etude de la deterioration d'une plaque d'email peint de Limoges - Monique Perez y Jorba, Monique Rommeluere and Léo Mazerolles 1993

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      17. An Investigation into the Deterioration of Painted Limoges Enamel Plaques c. 1470-1530 - Rika Smith, Janice H. Carlson and Richard M. Newman 1987

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

      18. Composition and Origin of Early Mediaeval Opaque Red Enamel from Britain and Ireland - C.P. Stapleton, I.C. Freestone, S.G.E. Bowman 1999

        Article Recommended Electronic Journal

  10. Lecture 9 22 items
    1. A study of French medieval glass composition - J. Berrera, B. Velde 1898

      Article Recommended Digitised Reading

    2. The operation of wood-fired glass-melting furnaces - M. Cable 1998

      Chapter Recommended

    3. THE X-RAY FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS OF MEDIEVAL DURABLE BLUE SODA GLASS FROM YORK MINSTER - G. A. COX, K. J. S. GILLIES 1986

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    4. A study of the weathering behaviour of medieval glass from York Minster. - G. A. Cox, O. S. Heavens, R. G. Newton, A. M. Pollard 1979

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    5. Early Venetian enamelling on glass: technology and origins - I. C. Freestone, M. Bimson 1995

      Chapter Recommended

    6. Medieval and post-medieval glass technology: seasonal changes in the composition of bracken ashes from different habitats through a growing season - Jackson, C.M. 2008

      Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES. PLEASE SEE COPIES AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY

    7. Theophilus and the use of beech ash as a glassmaking alkali - C. M. Jackson, J. W. Smedley 2008

      Chapter Recommended

    8. Stained glass in England during the Middle Ages - Richard Marks 1993

      Book Recommended

    9. Potassium-Calcium Glass: New Data and Experiments* - W. B. Stern, Y. Gerber 2004

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal - Read only with comment by Verita M. (see below).

    10. Medieval and post-medieval glass technology: a review of bracken in glassmaking - Smedley J.W. 2002

      Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES. PLEASE SEE COPIES AT BRITISH MUSEUM

    11. Medieval and post-medieval glass technology: batch measuring practices - Smedley J.W. 2002

      Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES. PLEASE SEE COPIES AT BRITISH MUSEUM

    12. MEDIEVAL LEAD GLASS IN CENTRAL EUROPE - O. MECKING 2013

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    13. Analytical investigation of European enamelled beakers of the 13th and 14th centuries - M. Verità 1995

      Article Recommended Available as print Journal

    14. Isotope composition of Medieval lead glasses reflecting early silver production in Central Europe - K. H. Wedepohl, A. Baumann 1997

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    15. Medieval lead glass from northwestern Europe - K. H. Wedepohl, I. Krueger, G. Hartmann 1995

      Article Recommended Available as print Journal

    16. The chemical composition of medieval wood ash glass from Central Europe - Karl Hans Wedepohl, Klaus Simon 2010

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    17. DATA ON 61 CHEMICAL ELEMENTS FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF THREE MAJOR GLASS COMPOSITIONS IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES - KARL HANS WEDEPOHL, KLAUS SIMON, ANDREAS KRONZ 2011

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

  11. Lecture 10 21 items
    1. Analytical investigation on Renaissance Venetian enamelled glasses from the Louvre collections - Isabelle Biron, Marco Verità 2012

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    2. Liquidus Temperatures and Melting Characteristics of Some Early Container Glasses - M. Cable, I. W. Smedley 1987

      Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES. PLEASE SEE COPIES AT BRITISH LIBRARY

    3. Scientific investigation of copies, fakes and forgeries - P. T. Craddock 2009

      Book Recommended

    4. The performance of the glass industry in sixteenth-century England - David W. Crossley, Huguenot Library

      Book Recommended

    5. On the distinction between 16th and 17th century Venetian and 'Facon de Venise' glass - I. De Raedt, K. Jansses, J. Veekman 2002

      Chapter Recommended

    6. The Value of Historic Window Glass - David Dungworth 2011

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    7. Historic window glass. The use of chemical analysis to date manufacture. - D. Dungworth 2012

      Article Recommended Available as a print Journal

    8. Historic windows: investigation of composition groups with nondestructive pXRF - Dungworth, David 2012

      Article Recommended NOT HELD BY UCL LIBRARY SERVICES. PLEASE SEE COPIES HELD AT BRITISH LIBRARY

    9. THREE AND A HALF CENTURIES OF BOTTLE MANUFACTURE - DAVID DUNGWORTH 2012

      Article Recommended Electronic Journal

    10. The Science of Early British Porcelain - I. Freestone 2000

      Webpage Recommended Digital resource

    11. Provenance analysis of glass artefacts - B. Gratuze, K. Janssens 2004

      Chapter Recommended

    12. Technical study of Renaissance Venetian enamelled glass - M. T. Wypyski 2009

      Chapter Recommended

  12. 1 - Outline and discuss the evidence for glass production at Tel el-Amarna 3 items
    1. Brilliant things for Akhenaten: the production of glass, vitreous materials and pottery at Amarna Site O45.1 - Nicholson, Paul T., Gerisch, Rainer, Brook, Elina, Jackson, Caroline M. 2007

      Book Essential

    2. The Ulu Burun Glass Ingots, Cylindrical Vessels and Egyptian Glass - Paul T. Nicholson, Caroline M. Jackson and Katharine M. Trott 1997

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

    3. DIRECT EVIDENCE OF PRIMARY GLASS PRODUCTION IN LATE BRONZE AGE AMARNA, EGYPT - M. SMIRNIOU, TH. REHREN 2011

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

  13. 2 - How does cobalt pigment vary in composition in ancient glass and ceramics, and how is this been used in the investigation of provenance? Give examples from several periods/cultures. 4 items
    1. ANCIENT EXPLOITATION AND USE OF COBALT ALUMS FROM THE WESTERN OASES OF EGYPT - A. J. SHORTLAND, M. S. TITE, I. EWART 2006

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

  14. 3 - How do the isotopes of strontium and neodymium contribute to the determination of the provenance ancient glass? 3 items
    1. Strontium Isotopes in the Investigation of Early Glass Production: Byzantine and Early Islamic Glass from the Near East - I. C. Freestone, K. A. Leslie, M. Thirlwall, Y. Gorin-Rosen 2003

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

  15. 4 - Summarise and discuss the evidence for the composition, origins and manufacture of glass and glass beads in sub-Saharan Africa 3 items
    1. THE TRADING OF ANCIENT GLASS BEADS: NEW ANALYTICAL DATA FROM SOUTH ASIAN AND EAST AFRICAN SODA-ALUMINA GLASS BEADS* - L. DUSSUBIEUX, C. M. KUSIMBA, V. GOGTE, S. B. KUSIMBA 2008

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

    2. Early primary glass production in southern Nigeria - J. Lankton, A. Ige, T. Rehren 2006

      Article Essential

    3. Chemical Analysis of Glass from Nupe, Nigeria - P. Robertshaw, C. Weise 2009

      Article Essential Digitised reading

  16. 5 - Outline the development of lead crystal glass in the late seventeenth century. To what extent was “English” lead crystal glass an English innovation? 5 items
    1. Late 17th-Century Crystal Glass: An Analytical Investigation - D. Dungworth, C. Brain 2009

      Article Essential

    2. Life of George Ravenscroft - B. E. Moody 1988

      Article Essential

  17. 6 - Outline the evidence for the occurrence, manufacture, and use of window glass in the Roman Empire 3 items
    1. Roman Window Glass - D. Allen

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Windows, Baths, and Solar Energy in the Roman Empire - James W. Ring 1996

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

  18. 7 - How was kelp produced and what is the evidence for its use in glass? 4 items
    1. THREE AND A HALF CENTURIES OF BOTTLE MANUFACTURE - DAVID DUNGWORTH 2012

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

    2. Kelp in historic glass: the application of strontium isotope analysis - D. Dugworth, P. Degryse, J. Schneider 2009

      Chapter Essential

    3. The Scottish kelp industry - Leslie Rymer 1974-12

      Article Essential Electronic Journal

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