- Author:Antonio Blanco Freneiro Beno Rothenberg
- Publisher:Inst.for Archaeo-metallurgical Studs.; First Edition edition (December 1, 1981)
- Pages:320 pages
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Ancient Mining and Metallurgy in South-West Spain. By RothenbergBeno and nio.
Ancient Mining and Metallurgy in South-West Spain. The changes called forth a new breed of mining engineers and metallurgists view of knowledge that was pragmatic and flexible.
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London: Institute for l Studies with Thames and Hudson, 1982.
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Freijero, . & Rothenberg. Studies in ancient mining and metallurgy in South-West Spain: Explorations and excavations in the Province of Huelva. London: Institute of Archeology. Frey, R. & Howard, J. D. (1986). Mesotidal esturiane sequence: a perspective from the Georgia bight. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 56, 911–924. Grande, J. Borrego, . & Morales, J. A. (2000). A study of heavy metal pollution in the Tinto-Odiel estuary in southwestern Spain using factor analysis.
Metallurgy in south-west spain. This book deals with the appearance of money and first autonomous coinage in these parts of Balkans. EXPLORATION AND EXCAVATION IN THE PROVINCE OF HUELVA, Metal in History I, London 1982. That process is dated from the time of the coinage of Damastion mines, posthumous (tetradrahmi) of Filip Macedonian II, early imitations, then celtic/barbarious emissions, to the money coined on the east Adriatic coast, (drahmi) of Apolonia/Dirahion and Roman republican dinars.
During the Middle Ages from the 5th century AD to the 16th century, Western Europe saw a blooming period for the mining industry. The first important mines here were those at Goslar in the Harz mountains, taken into commission in the tenth century
During the Middle Ages from the 5th century AD to the 16th century, Western Europe saw a blooming period for the mining industry. The first important mines here were those at Goslar in the Harz mountains, taken into commission in the tenth century. Another famous mining town is Falun in Sweden where copper has been mined since the thirteenth century.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. 1975 include: Bulletin (Institution of Mining and Metallurgy (Great Britain)).
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Section titles vary slightly. Issued 1966- in 3 rotating sections: Section A, Mining industry (called: Section A, Mining technology, 2000- ); Section B, Applied earth science; and: Section C, Mineral processing and extractive metallurgy. Issues for Oct. 1950-Dec.