4 search results for “copper-alloy” in the Public website
An Investigation into the role of copper-alloy craft production in the early medieval economy of northwest Europe.
Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds winner - Marcus Adrian Roxburgh
His PhD research project - entitled Charlemagne's Workshops - is an ongoing investigation into the role of copper-alloy craft production in the early medieval economy of North-west Europe. The geographic limits of this research have up until now centred on the Netherlands (Frisia Magna in medieval times)…
the workshops of Charlemagne: A compositional study of corroded copper-alloy artifacts using hand-held portable XRF
Archaeologist Ady Roxburgh receives two-year research grant from the Estonian Research Council
Ady Roxburgh has been awarded a two-year grant to continue his research into the choices behind the composition of Roman, copper-alloy artefacts. The Estonian Research Council has awarded him a fully funded Mobilitas Pluss postdoctoral grant. The Evaluation Committee decided to fund the first 5 applications…