Oudemans, T. F M., Eijkel, G. and Boon, J. (2007). Identifying biomolecular origins of solid organic residues preserved in Iron Age Pottery using DTMS and MVA. J Archaeol Sci 34 (2). Vol 34(2), pp. 173-193.

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Identifying biomolecular origins of solid organic residues preserved in Iron Age Pottery using DTMS and MVA
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J Archaeol Sci 34 (2)
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Journal of Archaeological Science
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34 (2)
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173 - 193
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It is proposed that the chemical characterisation of solid organic residues found in ceramic vessels, can provide archaeologists with valuable information about ancient diets, but that although several selective analytical techniques have been applied to the analysis of specific classes of compounds, such as extractable lipids, waxes, terpenoids and protein fragments, a non-selective analytical technique is required to characterise and categorise complete solid organic residues. In this study, Direct Temperature-resolved Mass Spectrometry (DTMS) was used for the characterisation of thirty-four solid residues situated on vessels recovered from an indigenous settlement from the Roman period in the Netherlands. Sample preparation was limited to grinding very small samples (5--10 1 and A2 consist of charred residues identified as starch-rich foods (mixed with animal or plant products), chemotype C consists of protein-rich charred animal products without starch, chemotype B contains smoke condensates from wood fires, and chemotype D consists of special protein-rich and lipid-free foods or non-food products.
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Tania F M Oudemans
Gert B Eijkel
Jaap J Boon
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2007
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Iron Age (MIDAS)
Roman (MIDAS)
Charred Residues (Auto Detected Subject))
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject))
Vessels (Auto Detected Subject))
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URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03054403
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22 Jan 2007