Archaeological Evidence for Glassworking - Guidelines for Best Practice

Sarah Paynter and David Dungworth

English Heritage, Swindon, 2011

This latest edition in the English Heritage Guidelines series focuses on the identification, investigation and interpretation of glassworking evidence at sites in England from the Bronze Age until the 20th century. Comprising 12 chapters, with numerous photographs and illustrations, this guidance draws on contributions and case studies from experts in the field, including archaeologists, glass specialists, glassworkers and archaeological scientists.  

A copy can be downloaded FREE from the English Heritage website at: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/ (go to Professional > Publications > Guidelines and Standards).

NH: 13th Jul 2011 10:23:00

 

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