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Scientific research in early Chinese glass
Archaeometry of Glass Sessions (1984 Beijing, China)
|Statement||edited by Robert H. Brill and John H. Martin ; symposium sponsored by TC17: The Archaeometry of Glass, a technical committee of the International Commission on Glass.|
|Contributions||Brill, Robert H., Martin, John H., 1922-, International Commmission on Glass. TC 17: The Archaeometry of Glass., International Symposium on Glass (1984 : Beijing, China)|
|LC Classifications||TP854.C6 A73 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||92192550|
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The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: Scientific Research in Early Chinese Glass This book is based largely on the Archaeometry of Glass sessions of the International Symposium on Glass, held in connection with the Annual Meeting of the International Commission on Glass in Beijing.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN EARLY ASIAN GLASS Robert H. Bril l (The Corning Museum of Glass, Scientific research in early Chinese glass book, NY, USA, ) Introduction Except for the pioneering'work of a few archaeological chemists like Prof.
Kazuo Yamasaki, serious scientific research on the ancient glass of Asia began only about fifteen years ago. At the International Symposium on.
Get this from a library. Scientific research in early Chinese glass: proceedings of the Archaeometry of Glass Sessions of the International Symposium on Glass, Beijing, September 7,with supplementary papers. [Robert H Brill; John H Martin; International Commission on Glass.
TC The Archaeometry of Glass.;]. General references. An Jiayao. () “Early Glassware in Ancient China”, Acta Archaeological Sinica, Vol. 4, pp. – An Jiayao () "The early glass of China" pp. 5–19 in Brill, R. and Martin, J. (eds) Scientific research in early Chinese dings of the Archaeometry of Glass Sessions of the International Symposium on Glass, Beijin, September 7, Outline of the Study of Ancient Chinese Glass; Development of Ancient Chinese Glass and Evolution of Its Chemical Compositions.
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The scope of this book includes the new archaeological findings of ancient glass and faience in the world, the relationship of glassmaking with glazing technology, the development and application of modern techniques used Format: Paperback.
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Glass, held in Shanghai on 12–14 Novembersupplemented by a few additional papers especially prepared for the volume. It is a welcome addition to a series of books mainly focused on ancient Asian glass research, which were published as proceedings of the previous International Workshops/Symposia on Glass held in Beijing () and.
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