Carl Heron
Carl Heron
The British Museum
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Archaeological chemistry
AM Pollard, C Heron
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015
9102015
Analysis of organic residues of archaeological origin by high-temperature gas chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry
RP Evershed, C Heron, LJ Goad
Analyst 115 (10), 1339-1342, 1990
2891990
Earliest evidence for the use of pottery
OE Craig, H Saul, A Lucquin, Y Nishida, K Taché, L Clarke, A Thompson, ...
Nature 496 (7445), 351-354, 2013
2672013
Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history
HGM Edwards, JM Chalmers
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2005
2432005
Did the first farmers of central and eastern Europe produce dairy foods?
OE Craig, J Chapman, C Heron, LH Willis, L Bartosiewicz, G Taylor, ...
antiquity 79 (306), 882-894, 2005
2102005
Ancient lipids reveal continuity in culinary practices across the transition to agriculture in Northern Europe
OE Craig, VJ Steele, A Fischer, S Hartz, SH Andersen, P Donohoe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (44), 17910-17915, 2011
2092011
The survival of food residues: new methods of analysis, interpretation and application
RP Evershed, C Heron, S Charters, LJ Goad
Proceedings of the British Academy 77 (2), 1992
2051992
Molecular and isotopic demonstration of the processing of aquatic products in northern European prehistoric pottery
OE Craig, M Forster, SH Andersen, E Koch, P Crombé, NJ Milner, B Stern, ...
Archaeometry 49 (1), 135-152, 2007
1982007
The analysis of organic residues and the study of pottery use
C Heron, RP Evershed
Archaeological method and theory 5, 247-284, 1993
1861993
The chemistry of Neolithic beeswax
C Heron, N Nemcek, KM Bonfield, D Dixon, BS Ottaway
Naturwissenschaften 81 (6), 266-269, 1994
1681994
Effects of migration of soil lipids on organic residues associated with buried potsherds
C Heron, RP Evershed, LJ Goad
Journal of Archaeological Science 18 (6), 641-659, 1991
1671991
Epicuticular wax components preserved in potsherds as chemical indicators of leafy vegetables in ancient diets
RP Evershed, C Heron, LJ Goad
Antiquity 65 (248), 540-544, 1991
1581991
Identification of an adhesive used to repair a Roman jar
S Charters, RP Evershed, LJ Goad, C Heron, P Blinkhorn
Archaeometry 35 (1), 91-101, 1993
1351993
Compositional variations in aged and heated Pistacia resin found in Late Bronze Age Canaanite amphorae and bowls from Amarna, Egypt
B Stern, C Heron, L Corr, M Serpico, J Bourriau
Archaeometry 45 (3), 457-469, 2003
1252003
Ancient lipids document continuity in the use of early hunter–gatherer pottery through 9,000 years of Japanese prehistory
A Lucquin, K Gibbs, J Uchiyama, H Saul, M Ajimoto, Y Eley, A Radini, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 3991-3996, 2016
992016
New investigations into the Uluburun resin cargo
B Stern, C Heron, T Tellefsen, M Serpico
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2188-2203, 2008
842008
Distinguishing wild ruminant lipids by gas chromatography/combustion/isotope ratio mass spectrometry
OE Craig, RB Allen, A Thompson, RE Stevens, VJ Steele, C Heron
Rapid communications in mass spectrometry 26 (19), 2359-2364, 2012
822012
Chewing tar in the early Holocene: an archaeological and ethnographic evaluation
EM Aveling, C Heron
Antiquity 73 (281), 579-584, 1999
821999
A comparison of methods for establishing fatty acid concentration gradients across potsherds: a case study using Late Bronze Age Canaanite amphorae
B Stern, C Heron, M Serpico, J Bourriau
Archaeometry 42 (2), 399-414, 2000
812000
Identification of birch bark tar at the Mesolithic site of Star Carr
EM Aveling, C Heron
Ancient biomolecules 2 (1), 69-80, 1998
791998
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