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Iodine Staining and Ultraviolet Photography Field Techniques

  • John T. Dorwin (a1)

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Iodine staining and ultraviolet photography are described as techniques for working out unclear and confused stratigraphic situations. They are viewed as complementary to existing techniques and of limited application.

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Moss, A. A. 1954 The Application of X-Rays, Gamma Rays, Ultra-Violet and Infra-Red Rays to the Study of Antiquity. Handbook for Museum Curators, Part B, Section 4. London.

Iodine Staining and Ultraviolet Photography Field Techniques

  • John T. Dorwin (a1)

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