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Prehistoric Metal Artefacts from Italy, 3500-720 Bc in the British Museum (Bmp Research Paper)
Anna Maria Bietti Sestieri
September 30, 2007
by British Museum Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
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ii+ pages, illustrations, tables. London: British Museum; paperback £ - Mark Pearce. Bright blades and red metal: essays on north Italian. The volume by Bietti Sestieri and Macnamara presents the metal artefacts from Italy collected in the past held in the British Museum and dated to between and BC.
This is a considerable undertaking, involving archive research, inventories, illustration and classification. Product Weight: Prehistoric Metal Artefacts from Italy ( BC) in the British Museum; Author: Anna Maria Bietti Sestieri and Ellen Macnamara; Pages: ; Dimension: xmm; Brand: British Museum; Illustrations: colour; Postage Weight: Kg.
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Handle distorted, blade edges damaged. cm Weight 66g See PBF VIII. 2, nos.from Sala Consilina (Salerno), Campania,from Tarquinia (Viterbo), Lazio. Type Savena. EIA, early. |Prehistoric Metal Artefacts from Italy (– BC)in the British Museum Introduction This contribution to the catalogue concerns the composition and technological examination of over prehistoric copper alloy artefacts, dating from the Copper Age through to the Early Iron.
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