Further Reading

Connan J and Deschesne O (1996) Le Bitume à Suse: Collection du Musée du Louvre. Paris, France: Departement des Antiquite s Orientales, Mus^e du Louvre. Evershed RP, Dudd SN, Charters S et àl. (1999) Lipids as carriers of anthropogenic signals from prehistory.

Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London B 354: 19-31.

Summary of recent pioneering work in lipid analysis of archaeological materials. Heron C and Evershed RP (1993) The analysis of organic residues and the study of pottery use. In: Schiffer MB (ed.) Archaeological Method and Theory V, pp. 247-286. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press. Lambert JB (1997) Traces of the Past: Unravelling the Secrets of Archaeology Through Chemistry. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Mills JS and White R (1994) The Organic Chemistry of Museum Objects. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Orna MV (ed.) (1996) Archaeological Chemistry: Organic, Inorganic and Biochemical Analysis. ACS Symposium Series 625. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society.

Pollard AM and Heron C (1996) Archaeological Chemistry. Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry. Includes a chapter on the identification of natural products (resins, pitch and waxes) from European prehistoric sites.

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