Few ancient processes are as mysterious asore into metallic . Just how, exactly, is this done? The exact processes used by the ancients are unknown, but modern experiments can suggest some possibilities...
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The fifth section of the EXARC Journal is open access and is called MIXED MATTERS. It contains book reviews, reports from conferences and events, interviews with personalities from the world of experimental archaeology and portraits of . This section will be regularly updated to bring you topical news.
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