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# Robert H. Brill

## Science and Archaeology

Edited by Robert H. Brill

If they share one common theme, these collected papers clearly indicate the directions of current research in archaeological chemistry--a term that, taken in a broad sense, includes techniques and methodologies of many areas of science other than chemistry. Dr. Brill, in fact, advocates use of the term "archaeometry" (coined by Dr. E. T. Hall of Oxford University) to describe more accurately the work of quite a few investigators in the field.Twenty-one chapters by distinguished contributors are organized in three main categories according to research objectives.