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by Stephen Weiner

  • ISBN: 0521705843
  • Category: Math & Science
  • Author: Stephen Weiner
  • Subcategory: Experiments Instruments & Measurement
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (February 15, 2010)
  • Pages: 414 pages
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Microarchaeology is about that part of archaeological records not seen by the naked eye, but revealed with instrumentation

Microarchaeology is about that part of archaeological records not seen by the naked eye, but revealed with instrumentation. The archaeological record is a combination of what is seen by eye, as well as the microscopic record revealed with the help of instrumentation. Microarchaeology seeks to understand the microscopic record in terms of the type of information embedded in this record, the materials in which this information resides, and the conditions under which a reliable signal can be extracted. This book highlights the concepts needed to extract information from the microscopic record.

MICROARCHAEOLOGY The archaeological record is a combination of. .I have therefore called this book Microarchaeology

MICROARCHAEOLOGY The archaeological record is a combination of what is seen by the eye and the microscopic record revealed with the help of instrumentation. Stephen Weiner is director of the Kimmel Center for Archaeological Science at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. He is the author, with Heinz A. Lowenstam, of On Biomineralization and has published more than 250 scientific journal articles. I have therefore called this book Microarchaeology. For many years now, the trend in archaeology, and especially in prehistory, has been to excavate less but to extract more information from the archaeological record.

Microarchaeology - by Stephen Weiner February 2010. Beyond the Visible Archaeological Record

Microarchaeology - by Stephen Weiner February 2010. Beyond the Visible Archaeological Record. In this book, the focus is on the archaeological information that can be extracted from the microscopic record and, in particular, from the materials commonly found in most archaeological sites such as ceramics, bones, rocks, ash, and sediments.

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The archaeological record is a combination of what is seen by eye, as well as the microscopic record revealed with the help of instrumentation. The information embedded in the microscopic record can significantly add to our understanding of past human behavior, provided this information has not been altered by the passage of time. Microarchaeology seeks to understand the microscopic record in terms of the type of information embedded in this record, the materials in which this information resides, and the conditions under which a reliable signal can be extracted. This book highlights the concepts needed to extract information from the microscopic record. Intended for all archaeologists and archaeological scientists, it will be of particular interest to students who have some background in the natural sciences as well as archaeology. *Emphasizes the nature of the materials in which information is embedded and the problems associated with extracting a real signal. *Provides a comprehensive list of the types of information embedded in the microscopic archaeological record. *Offers an in-depth overview of the use of infrared spectroscopy for analyzing the microscopic record, the only one of its kind available.

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