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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8422

Integrated Approaches to the Study of Historical Glass
Editor(s): Hugo Thienpont; Wendy Meulebroeck; Karin Nys; Dirk Vanclooster
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 8422
Date Published: 8 August 2012
Softcover: 16 papers (182) pages
ISBN: 9780819491046

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Cross-craft interactions between metal and glass working: slag additions to early Anglo-Saxon red glass
Author(s): James R. N. Peake; Ian C. Freestone
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The potential of Raman spectroscopy in glass studies
Author(s): Kitty Baert; Wendy Meulebroeck; Andrea Ceglia; Hilde Wouters; Peter Cosyns; Karin Nys; Hugo Thienpont; Herman Terryn
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Technical improvements in 19th-century Belgian window glass production
Author(s): Leen Lauriks; Quentin Collette; Ine Wouters; Jan Belis
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Crafting glass vessels: current research on the ancient glass collections in the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Author(s): Alexander Nagel; Blythe McCarthy; Stacy Bowe
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Composition of Façon de Venise glass from early 17th century London in comparison with luxury glass of the same age
Author(s): S. Cagno; I. De Raedt; T. Jeffries; K. Janssens
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Composition of ‘Marbrite Fauquez’ 20th-century opalescent glass: results of historical study and laboratory analyses
Author(s): L. Dekeyser; H. J. M. Wouters; G. Ligovich; A. Verdonck; H. De Clercq
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Lost transparency! Weathering phenomena on the archaeological window glass collection of the Cistercian Abbey of the Dunes - Koksijde (Belgium)
Author(s): Hilde Wouters; Gert Nuyts; Simone Cagno; Nicole Minten; Wendy Meulebroeck; Kitty Baert; Herman Terryn; Koen Janssens; Hugo Thienpont; Karin Nys
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Composition and state of alteration of 18th century glass from the Cistercian nunnery of Clairefontaine (Belgium)
Author(s): Davy Herremans; Simone Cagno; Anke Vincke; Wim De Clercq; Koen Janssens
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The benefit of using chemical analysis in understanding archaeological glass. Case-study: Roman black glass
Author(s): P. Cosyns; S. Cagno; K. Janssens; K. Nys
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The potential of UV-VIS-NIR absorption spectroscopy in glass studies
Author(s): Wendy Meulebroeck; Kitty Baert; Andrea Ceglia; Peter Cosyns; Hilde Wouters; Karin Nys; Herman Terryn; Hugo Thienpont
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Elemental mapping of polychrome ancient glasses by laser ablation ICP-MS and EPMA-WDS: a new approach to the study of elemental distribution and correlation.
Author(s): S. Panighello; V. S. Šelih; J. T. van Elteren; G. Sommariva; E. F. Orsega
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Potential and challenges of interdisciplinary research on historical window glass, stained glass and reverse glass paintings
Author(s): Stefan Trümpler; Sophie Wolf; Cordula Kessler; Jürg Goll
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Time of flight secondary ion mass spectrometry examination of ancient and historical opaque glasses
Author(s): Chloë N. Duckworth; Julian Henderson; Frank J. M. Rutten
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Ubiquitous presence of laminae in altered layers of glass artefacts
Author(s): L. Gentaz; T. Lombardo; A. Verney-Carron; A. Chabas; C. Loisel; D. Neff; S. Gin; E. Leroy
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Using optical spectroscopy to characterize the material of a 16th c. stained glass window
Author(s): A. Ceglia; W. Meulebroeck; H. Wouters; K. Baert; K. Nys; H. Terryn; H. Thienpont
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Potential prospects in archaeological research by using optical spectroscopy through a black glass ocular
Author(s): P. Cosyns; W. Meulebroeck; H. Thienpont; K. Nys
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