Silvia Amicone
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Pyrotechnological connections? Re-investigating the link between pottery firing technology and the origins of metallurgy in the Vinča Culture, Serbia
S Amicone, M Radivojević, PS Quinn, C Berthold, T Rehren
Journal of Archaeological Science 118, 105–123, 2020
Cooking pottery in Priene. Imports and local/regional production from late Classical to late Hellenistic times
S Amicone, N Fenn, L Heinze, G Schneider
Frankfurter elektronische Rundschau zur Altertumskunde, 1-27, 2014
Beneath the surface: Exploring variability in pottery paste recipes within Vinča culture
S Amicone, AR Mathur, RD Pavitra, N Mirković-Marić, I Pantović, ...
Quaternary International 560, 86–101, 2020
Playing with fire: Exploring ceramic pyrotechnology in the Late Neolithic Balkans through an archaeometric and experimental approach
S Amicone, V Forte, B Solard, C Berthold, A Memmesheimer, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 37, 102878, 2021
Phoenician lime for Phoenician wine: Iron Age plaster from a wine press at Tell el-Burak, Lebanon
HSCB A. Orsingher, S. Amicone, J. Kamlah
Antiquity, 521–537, 2020
Fourth-century BC black and red gloss pottery from Iasos: A technological approach
S Amicone
Keramos. Ceramics: a cultural approach, 25–39, 2015
Early Bronze Age painted wares from Tell el-'Abd, Syria: A compositional and technological study
G Russo, S Amicone, C Berthold, R Siddall, P Sconzo
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 21, 359–366, 2018
Verulamium Region White Ware production at the Roman kiln site of Brockley Hill, Middlesex: a compositional and technological reassessment
S Amicone, PS Quinn
Journal of Roman Pottery Studies Volume 16 16, 1–22., 2015
‘Seeing shit’: assessing the visibility of dung tempering in ancient pottery using an experimental approach
S Amicone, LF Morandi, S Gur-Arieh
Environmental Archaeology, 1–16, 2020
Tracing Pottery-Making Recipes in the Prehistoric Balkans 6th–4th Millennia BC
S Amicone, PS Quinn, M Marić, N Mirković-Marić, M Radivojević
Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, 2019
Collapse or Survival: Micro-dynamics of crisis and endurance in the ancient central Mediterranean
E Perego, S Amicone, R Scopacasa
Collapse or Survival, 1-224, 2019
Building Forcello. Etruscan wattle and daub technique in the Po Plain (Bagnolo San Vito‐Mantua, northern Italy)
S Amicone, E Croce, L Castellano, G Vezzoli
Archaeometry 62 (3), 521–537, 2020
Early metallurgy in Sardinia: characterizing the evidence from Su Coddu
KP Freund, S Amicone, C Berthold, RH Tykot, U Veronesi, MR Manunza
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (12), 6595–6602, 2019
Technological Variances between Tisza and Vinča Pottery in the Serbian Banat
N Mirković-Marić, S Amicone
Tracing Pottery-Making Recipes in the Prehistoric Balkans 6th–4th Millennia …, 2019
Pottery technology at the dawn of the Metal Age: a view from Vinča culture
S Amicone
UCL (University College London), 2017
Analisi di una tecnica edilizia in terra cruda nell'insediamento etrusco-padano del Forcello di Bagnalo San Vito (MN)
E Croce, S Amicone, L Castellano, G Vezzoli
Notizie Archeologiche Bergomensi 22, 137–160, 2014
Pottery technology at the dawn of metallurgy in the Vinča culture
S Amicone, M Radivojevic, P Quinn, T Rehren
The Rise of Metallurgy in Eurasia Evolution, Organisation and Consumption of …, 2021
New insights into Early Iron Age connections between Sardinia and Etruria: Archaeometric analyses of ceramics from Tavolara
S Amicone, KP Freund, P Mancini, R D'Oriano, C Berthold
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 33, 102–452, 2020
Introduction. Tracing Pottery Making Recipes in the Balkans 6th-4th Millennia BC.
S Amicone
Amicone, S., Quinn, P. S., Marić, M., Mirković-Marić, N., Radivojević, M …, 2019
Rediscovering the ‘fattoria officina’ of Manfria (Gela): Towards a new chronological and functional interpretation of the site
S Amicone
Accordia Research Papers 14, 123–154, 2016
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