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  • publication . Article . 2012
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    Costanza Miliani; Davide Domenici; Catia Clementi; Federica Presciutti; Francesca Rosi; David Buti; Aldo Romani; L. Laurencich Minelli; Antonio Sgamellotti;

    Abstract Ancient Mesoamerican codices represent the religious and historical legacy of the pre-Columbian people, they were produced to record the historical and religious matters. Codex Cospi, a divinatory book, is one of the fifteen extant pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican boo...

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  • publication . Article . 2011
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    Sahra Talamo; Marie Soressi; Morgan Roussel; Michael P. Richards; Jean-Jacques Hublin;
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    International audience; The Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition is the key period for our understanding of Neanderthal and modern human interactions in Europe. The site of Les Cottés in south-west France is one of the rare sites with a complete and well defined sequ...

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  • publication . Article . Book . 2011
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    Matteo Martelli;

    In Antiquity, glass, more than any known product of the earth, was a material that could be easily shaped and colored to imitate any precious stone or mineral substance; its natural lustre and transparency inspired ancient naturalists and philosophers at a very early st...

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  • publication . Article . 2010
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    Rossella Arletti; Sonia Conte; Mariangela Vandini; Cesare Fiori; Susanna Bracci; Mauro Bacci; Simone Porcinai;
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    Abstract A recent restoration of the mosaics of the Baptistery in Florence enabled the collection and analysis of a group of glass tesserae. Twenty-three tesserae, dated between the end of the 13th century and the first half of the 14th century, showing different colors...

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  • publication . Article . 2010
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    Monica Bini; Antonio Fornaciari; Adriano Ribolini; Alessandro Bianchi; Simone Sartini; Francesco Coschino;
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    The lack of written sources for many of the medieval castles in the northern Apennines (Italy) makes it difficult to completely establish the most ancient historical phases of these settlements. The church of San Michele belongs to an abandoned fortified settlement of t...

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  • publication . Article . 2010
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    Stefano Benazzi; Paolo Bertelli; Barbara Lippi; Elena Bedini; Roberto Caudana; Giorgio Gruppioni; Francesco Mallegni;
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    In the last few years virtual anthropology has been used to solve different problems that could not be properly addressed using a traditional anthropological approach. Mainly when dealing with mummies or embalmed bodies, the virtual approach is the only solution to carr...

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  • publication . Article . 2009
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    Marta Marocchi; Giuseppe Maria Bargossi; Giorgio Gasparotto; Michele Dondi;
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    Abstract Finds of basalt orthostats and mud building components from the archaeological site of Tilmen Hoyuk (south-eastern Turkey, early 2nd Millenium BC) preserve a glassy crust formed by vitrification of the material. It is proposed that such features are related to ...

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  • publication . Article . 2009
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    Inez Dorothé van der Werf; Annarosa Mangone; Lorena Carla Giannossa; Angela Traini; Rocco Laviano; Antonella Coralini; Luigia Sabbatini;
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    Abstract Vitreous tesserae from two mosaics in Herculaneum (Italy) dating from the 1st century AD have been investigated in order to gather information on Imperial Age opaque glass. The combined use of complementary micro-destructive analytical techniques, namely optica...

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  • publication . Article . 2008
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    Stefano Benazzi; Massimiliano Fantini; Francesca De Crescenzio; Gabriele Mallegni; Francesco Mallegni; Franco Persiani; Giorgio Gruppioni;
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    Abstract This paper describes the multi-disciplinary approach to reconstruct the face of Dante Alighieri (1265–1321). Since Dante's sepulchre will be opened in 2021, the reconstructive process is based on morphological and metric data collected on the poet's cranium dur...

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  • publication . Article . 2008
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    Stefano Benazzi; Costanza Bonetti; Elisabetta Cilli; Giorgio Gruppioni;
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    Abstract In this study, we tested the validity of molar crown height, which changes according to the degree of tooth wear, for the evaluation of age-at-death. The sample consisted of 372 first and second molars (lower and upper) from 157 individuals of known sex and age...

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