Abrahams, P. W., Entwistle, J. A. and Dodgshon, R. A. (2010). The Ben Lawers Historic Landscape Project. Special Issue. Vol 17(3), pp. 231-248. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-010-9086-8 .

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The Ben Lawers Historic Landscape Project
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simultaneous multi-element analysis of former settlement and arable soils by X-ray fluorescence spectrometry
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Special Issue
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Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory
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17 (3)
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128
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231 - 248
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X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRFS) was used in the analysis of A horizon soil samples collected from a former farming settlement and its associated area of infield (i.e. arable) located in the Central Highlands of Scotland. Draws on the results of the study to suggest that areas of former infield and settlement elsewhere at this study location in the Central Highlands may be able to be identified according to their soil chemical composition and use of discriminant function, even though the surface remains of pre-eighteenth century settlement sites are not readily evident today because they were constructed of perishable materials.
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Peter W Abrahams
J A Entwistle
Robert A Dodgshon
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2010
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Preeighteenth Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Settlement (Auto Detected Subject))
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-010-9086-8
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31 Mar 2013