Proceedings of the XVII UISPP World Congress (1–7 September 2014, Burgos, Spain). Volume 12/Session B34. — Oxford: Archaeopress, 2016. — 103 pp. — ISBN 978-1-78491-423-3.The XVIIth world congress of 2014, in Burgos, with the strong support of Fundación Atapuerca and other institutions, involved over 1700 papers from almost 60 countries of all continents. The proceedings, edited in this series but also as special issues of specialized scientific journals, will remain as the most important outcome of the congress. The paper collected in this book corresponds to the lectures held during session B34 of UISPP conference in Burgos (June 2014) where the presentation of multidisciplinary works were encouraged. The main goal of bringing together specialists from various disciplines (humanities and natural sciences) was to debate by different perspectives the networks in raw materials and technological innovation in Prehistory and Protohistory, involving investigation topics typical of archaeometry: archeometallurgy, petrography, and mineralogy.Foreword to the XVII UISPP Congress Proceedings Series Edition (Luiz Oosterbeek). Networks of trade in raw materials and technological innovations in Prehistory & Protohistory: an archaeometry approach. Introduction (Davide Delfino, Paolo Piccardo, João Carlos Baptista). Middle Bronze Age metalworking in the cave of Monte Meana (South-western Sardinia, Italy) (Marco Serra, Stefano Naitza, Carla Cannas, and Giacomo Paglietti). Bronze Age silver artifacts from Romania – an archaeo-metallurgical study (Bogdan Constantinescu, Daniela Cristea-Stan and Anca-Diana Popescu). Prehistoric gold metallurgy in Transylvania – an archaeometrical study (Daniela Cristea-Stan and Bogdan Constantinescu). Passage of technologies – an archaeometric case study of iron artifacts of a Scythian Age grave from the Carpathian Basin (B. Török, A. Gyucha, Á. Kovács, P. Barkóczy, and Gy. Gulyás). An indigenous pottery production strategy in the late Early Bronze Age site of Mursia, Pantelleria, Italy. Perspectives on social complexity and indigenous interaction patterns (Matteo Cantisani). Bronze Age ceramics from Sardinia (Italy) – a technological study (Maria Giuseppina Gradoli). A preliminary archaeometric study of eneolithic anthropomorphic statues from Nurallao (central Sardinia, Italy) (Marco Serra, Valentina Mameli and Carla Cannas). Early Iron Age pottery in south-western Iberia – archaeometry and chronology (Michał Krueger, Dirk Brandherm).
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