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inorganic raw materials of antiquity

A. Rosenfeld

inorganic raw materials of antiquity

by A. Rosenfeld

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Published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson .
Written in English


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pp with 16 B&W plates. The sources and uses of stone and smelted metal for building, utensil and weapon making in the European and Middle Eastern ancient world. Text is clean, tight and uSeller Rating: % positive. Raw materials for producing manufactured goods come from the earth and they are not uniformly dispersed.

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Raw Materials In antiquity, almost all inedible parts of an animal were used for something. This includes the skeleton and an inorganic structural matrix (a calcium. The history of mining can be written from many perspectives: mining technology, labour inputs, economic impact or materials exploitation.

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