Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences

Papers
(The H4-Index of Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences is 27. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Ceramic technology. How to reconstruct the firing process74
Ceramic technology: how to recognize clay processing57
Ceramic technology. How to characterise ceramic glazes53
Ceramic raw materials: how to recognize them and locate the supply basins: chemistry49
Mortars and plasters—how to characterise hydraulic mortars49
Pigments—Lead-based whites, reds, yellows and oranges and their alteration phases46
Characterizing the pigments and paints of prehistoric artists43
Ceramic abandonment. How to recognise post-depositional transformations42
Ceramic raw materials: how to recognize them and locate the supply basins—mineralogy, petrography40
Pigments — Mercury-based red (cinnabar-vermilion) and white (calomel) and their degradation products40
Pigments—the palette of organic colourants in wall paintings40
Pigments—Iron-based red, yellow, and brown ochres38
Pigments—copper-based greens and blues38
Ceramic technology. How to reconstruct and describe pottery-forming practices38
Mortars and plasters—How to characterize aerial mortars and plasters33
Mortars and masonry—structural lime and gypsum mortars in Antiquity and Middle Ages33
Wall paintings through the ages: the roman period—Republic and early Empire32
Mortars and plasters - How to characterize mortar and plaster degradation32
Mortars and plasters—How mortars were made. The literary sources32
Wall paintings through the ages: the medieval period (Italy, twelfth to fifteenth century)31
Mortars and plasters—how to manage mortars and plasters conservation30
Production, transport and on-site organisation of Roman mortars and plasters30
Ceramic technology. How to investigate surface finishing29
Ceramics investigation: research questions and sampling criteria29
Ceramic investigation: how to perform statistical analyses28
Identifying early stages of reindeer domestication in the archaeological record: a 3D morphological investigation on forelimb bones of modern populations from Fennoscandia28
Mortars, plasters and pigments—research questions and sampling criteria27
Not only wall paintings—pigments for cosmetics27
Ceramic technology: how to characterise black Fe-based glass-ceramic coatings27
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