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1st International School on the
Characterization of Organic Residues in
Archaeological Materials
a. Focus on ceramics
1st-ISCORAM
XVIII Summer School in Archaeology
Grosseto (Italy), June 24-29, 2007


  
    
Scientific Committee
  
  
Riccardo Francovich  -  Univ. of Siena
  
Gianluca Giorgi  -  Univ. of Siena
  
Maria Perla Colombini  -  Univ. of Pisa
  
Luis Barba  -  Univ. of MĂ©xico
  
Alessandra Pecci  -  Univ. of Siena
  
Laura Salvini  -  Univ. of Siena
  
  
    
Organizing Committee
  
  
Gianluca Giorgi  -  Univ. of Siena
  
Alessandra Pecci  -  Univ. of Siena
  
Laura Salvini  -  Univ. of Siena
  
  

  
  
Identification and characterization of organic residues in archaeological materials, such as ceramics, is a fascinating field of modern archaeology and archaeometry.
These residues allow to obtain information on the original content of the materials, on their function and use.
They can also give information on dietary and customs of people who used them.
Actually several chemical methodologies can be used for the characterization of organic materials.

The 1st-ISCORAM school is aimed at giving the background and the state-of-the-art on the characterization of organic residues in archaeological materials, and in particular in ceramic vessels.
Different approaches, such as gas chromatography, mass spectrometry and spot tests will be presented together with a lot of examples of their applications in archaeology.
Laboratory practice will have an important role in the school.
Lecturers are qualified scientists worldwide.


Per ulteriori informazioni: http://archeologiamedievale.unisi.it/ISCORAM/


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