Bingham, P. A. and Jackson, C. M. (2008). Roman blue-green bottle glass:. J Archaeol Sci 35 (2). Vol 35(2), pp. 302-309.

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Roman blue-green bottle glass:
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chemical--optical analysis and high temperature viscosity modelling
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J Archaeol Sci 35 (2)
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Journal of Archaeological Science
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35 (2)
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302 - 309
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Chemical analysis, optical absorption spectroscopy and mathematical modelling of high temperature viscosity were carried out on five first- to second-century AD Roman blue-green bottle glass fragments from Coppergate, York. Modelled viscosities indicate remarkable consistency within the sample set studied and support the suggestion that temperatures of ~1000--1150 °C were required to remelt these glasses and to provide suitable viscosities for forming articles. Iron redox ratios (Fe2+/ΣFe), analysed SO3 contents and the absence of characteristic Fe3+--S2− amber absorption bands suggest that melting conditions for all studied glasses were mildly, rather than strongly, reducing (estimated pO2 ≈ 10−1--10−6 bar). These furnace conditions are consistent with the effects of combustion gases and carbonaceous matter contained in the raw materials.
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P A Bingham
C M Jackson
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2008
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Ad Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
Bluegreen Bottle Glass (Auto Detected Subject))
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URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03054403
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21 Jul 2008