Lead isotope data for Central Asian artifacts. [slide].

Title: 
Lead isotope data for Central Asian artifacts. [slide].
Publisher: 
[n.d., ca. 1972]
Description: 
1 slide : col.
Bib ID: 
127888
Variant Title: 
Graph title: Summary of lead isotope data/
Notes: 
Digitized from a slide by Boston Photo Imaging; Corning Museum of Glass; 2011.
Reference list A : Glass research, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, A-107
Reference list C : Lead isotope studies, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, C-7
Reference list C : Lead isotope studies, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, C-9
Reference list C : Lead isotope studies, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, C-17
Reference list C : Lead isotope studies, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, C-18
Reference list C : Lead isotope studies, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, C-22
Reference list C : Lead isotope studies, in: Brill, Robert H. Chemical analyses of early glasses, C-27
Title from graph.
Graph of 208Pb/206Pb ratio vs 207Pb/206Pb ratio.
Orientation: Landscape.
Object/Material Note: 
Related to "Lead isotopes in ancient coins", R. H. Brill and W. R. Shields, within Methods of chemical metallurgical investigation of ancient coinage, 1972, AI81204 (image not published)-- 19715.
Related to "Lead isotopes in some Ancient Egyptian objects", by R. H. Brill, I. Lynus Barnes, and B. Adams, within Recent advances in science and technology of materials, v. 3, 1974: 86725 (image not published)-- 18286 -- AI75991.
Published in "A note on lead-isotope analyses of faience beads from China", by R. H. Brill, R. D. Vocke Jr., Wang Shixiong, and Zhang Fukang, within Journal of glass studies, vol. 33 1991 AI27385, p. 72 (fig. 58).
Published in "Lead isotope studies of early Chinese glasses", by R. H. Brill, I. Lynus Barnes, and E. C. Joel, within Scientific research in early Chinese glass, 34754, p. 66 (fig. 1).
Published in "Lead isotope analyses of some objects from Egypt and the Near East", by R. H. Brill, H. Shirahata, C. Lilyquist, and R. D. Vocke, Jr., within Studies in early Egyptian glass, New York: 35201, p. 66 (fig. 1).
Related to The second Kazuo Yamasaki TC-17 lecture on Asian glass, by Gan Fuxi, Robert H. Brill, and Tian Shouyun: within Ancient glass research along the Silk Road: 109015, p. 154-156 (image not published).
Reformatted version published in Opening remarks and setting the stage, by Robert H. Brill: 128011 (fig. 2).