Golworking techniques in Mycenaean Greece

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Методы работы с золотом в Микенской Греции (XVII-XVI - XII вв. до н.э.): некоторые новые наблюдения

Интереснейшая статья о методах обработки драгоценных металлов в Микенский период с большим количеством иллюстраций, прорисовок и подробным объяснением некоторых техник.

The paper presents the preliminary results of two projects, which are dealing with the study and experimental reconstruction of goldworking techniques of Mycenaean Greece. These include granulation, the anticlastic technique (shaping of the gold plate into convexo-concave curvatures, which are curved in opposite ways in two directions) and »gold embroidery« (the application of minute gold plates side- by-side so as to create a sort of mosaic). The material selected for the reconstruction of these techniques is currently held at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens, and derives from sites in the Peloponnese, namely Mycenae (Grave Circle A, palatial workshops and chamber tombs), and the cemeteries of Deiras at Argos, Dendra and Prosymna. Microscopic and macroscopic views of the jewellery pieces have revealed tool marks and information about the stages of manufacture. Chemical analyses performed both at the Laboratory of the National Archaeological Museum and at the Demokritos National Research Centre, have further produced evidence on filling substances (e.g. glue, emery), on the composit ion of the metal alloys and on the soldering methods.

Библиографические данные:  E. Konstantinidi-Syvridi, N. Papadimitriou, A. Philippa-Touchais, and A. Goumas "Goldworking techniques in Mycenaean Greece (17th/16th–12th century BC): some new observations // Metals of power – Early gold and silver. Tagungen des Landesmuseums für Vorgeschichte Halle. Band 11/II, Berlin 2014.

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