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  • 2021 Journal Article
    ​ ​Knierzinger, W., Festi, D., Limbeck, A., Horak, F., Brunnbauer, L., Drollinger, S., Wagreich, M. ... Kowarik, K. (2021). ​Multi-proxy analyses of a minerotrophic fen to reconstruct prehistoric periods of human activity associated with salt mining in the Hallstatt region (Austria). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports36, ​102813​. ​doi: 
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  • 2020 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Hermann, R., Steinhoff, J., Schlotzhauer, P. & Vana, P. (2020). ​Breaking News! Making and testing Bronze Age balance scales. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports32, Article 102444​. ​doi: 
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  • 2020 Journal Article
    ​ ​von der Lühe, B., Prost, K., Birk, J. J. & Fiedler, S. (2020). ​Steroids aid in human decomposition fluid identification in soils of temporary mass graves from World War II. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports32, Article 102431​. ​doi: 
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  • 2019 Journal Article
    ​ ​Kibaroğlu, M., Kozal, E., Klügel, A., Hartmann, G. & Monien, P. (2019). ​New evidence on the provenance of Red Lustrous Wheel-made Ware (RLW): Petrographic, elemental and Sr-Nd isotope analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports24, ​412​-433​. ​doi: 
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  • 2018 Journal Article | Erratum
    ​ ​Kibaroğlu, M., Falb, C. & Hartmann, G. (2018). ​Erratum to “Application of strontium isotope analysis to provenance studies of Early Bronze Age North-Mesopotamian Metallic Ware” [J. Archaeol. Sci. Rep. 16 (2017) 573–588]. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports18, ​1066​-1067​. ​doi: 
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  • 2017 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Kibaroğlu, M., Falb, C. & Hartmann, G. (2017). ​Application of strontium isotope analysis to provenance studies of Early Bronze Age North-Mesopotamian Metallic Ware. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports16, ​573​-588​. ​doi: 
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