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The enigma of bronze age tin by Heidelberg University
Researchers uncover geographic origin of
archaeological tin artifacts from the Mediterranean
[phys.org]
[www.eurekalert.org]
[www.eurekalert.org]

Berger, D., Soles, J.S., Giumlia-Mair, A.R., Brügmann, G., Galili,
E., Lockhoff, N. and Pernicka, E., 2019. Isotope systematics
and chemical composition of tin ingots from Mochlos (Crete)
and other Late Bronze Age sites in the eastern
Mediterranean Sea: An ultimate key to tin provenance?.
PloS one, 14(6), p.e0218326. Open Access
[journals.plos.org]

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Paul H.

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