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Hamilton, S; (1999) Lost in translation? A comment on the excavation report. Papers of the Institute of Archaeology , 10 1 - 8. 10.5334/pia.140. Green open access
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Krabath, S; Lammers, D; Rehren, T; Schneider, J; (1999) Die Herstellung und Verarbeitung von Buntmetall im karolingerzeitlichen Westfalen. In: Stiegemann, C and Wemhoff, M, (eds.) Kunst und Kultur der Karolingerzeit, Beitraege zum Katalog der Ausstellung. (pp. 430-437). Philipp von Zabern: Mainz.

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Rehren, T; (1999) The same ... but different: a juxtaposition of Roman and Medieval brass making in Central Europe. In: Young, S, (ed.) Metals in Antiquity. (pp. 252-257). Archaeopress: Oxford, UK. Green open access
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Rehren, T; Kraus, K; (1999) Cupel and crucible: the refining of debased silver in the Colonia Ulpia Traiana, Xanten. Journal of Roman Archaeology , 12 pp. 263-272. 10.1017/S104775940001802X. Green open access
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Rehren, T; Vanhove, D; Mussche, H; Oikonomakou, M; (1999) Litharge from Laurion: a medical and metallurgical commodity from South Attika. L'Antiquite Classique , 68 pp. 299-308. 10.3406/antiq.1999.1348. Green open access
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Sully, D; Suenson-Taylor, K; (1999) An Interventive Study of Glycerol Treated Freeze-dried Leather. In: Bonnot-Diconne, C and Hiron, X and Tran, QK and Hoffmann, P, (eds.) Proceedings of 7th ICOM-CC Working group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference, Grenoble/France (1998). (pp. pp. 224-231). ARC-Nucléart for the International Council of Museums (ICOM), Committee for Conservation Working Group on Wet Organic Archaeolog: Bremerhaven. Green open access
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