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Dosages par fluorescence X portable d’ateliers médiévaux de production des métaux non-ferreux

Abstract : Difficulties related to non-ferrous metal workshops detection led to test a new way of survey by a real portable x-ray spectrometer. After a calibration phase which yielded very good results for lead, zinc and cooper, three approaches were tried in south-west of France at the site of Castel-Minier, (mining and multi metallurgical site from the second Middle Ages). Thanks to an interdisciplinary work that include geochemistry, archeology, history and geophysic, the results were particularly positive. They led to a better understanding of chronological phases. They give the location of slag processing workshops and classification of geochemical anomalies.
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Florian Téreygeol, A. Arles, E. Foy, Nicolas Florsch, M. Llubes. Dosages par fluorescence X portable d’ateliers médiévaux de production des métaux non-ferreux. Archeosciences, revue d'Archéométrie, G.M.P.C.A./Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2010, pp.243-252. ⟨10.4000/archeosciences.2802⟩. ⟨hal-02549229⟩

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