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Cuénod, A., Bray, P. and Pollard, A.M. (2015). The ‘tin problem’ in the Near East – further insights from a study of chemical datasets on copper alloys from Iran and Mesopotamia. Iran LIII 29-48.
Pollard, A.M. and Bray, P.J. (2015). A new method for combining lead isotope and lead abundance data to characterise archaeological copper alloys. Archaeometry 57 996–1008.
Perucchetti, L., Bray, P., Dolfini, A. and Pollard, A.M. (2015). Physical barriers, cultural connections: prehistoric metallurgy in the Alpine region. European Journal of Archaeology 18 599–632.
Liu, R., Bray, P., Pollard, A.M., and Hommel, P. (2015). Chemical analysis of ancient Chinese Bronzes: past, present and future. Archaeological Research in Asia 3 1–8, July 2015 (doi:10.1016/j.ara.2015.04.002).
Pollard, A.M., Bray, P., Gosden, C., Wilson, A. and Hamerow, H. (2015). Characterising copper-based metals in Britain in the First Millennium AD: A preliminary quantification of metal flow and recycling. Antiquity 89 697–713.
Bray, P., Cuénod, A., Gosden, C., Hommel, P., Liu, R. and Pollard, A.M. (2015). Form and flow: the ‘karmic cycle’ of copper. Journal of Archaeological Science 56 202-209.
Pollard, A.M. and Bray, P. (2014). Chemical and isotopic studies of ancient metals. In Roberts B.W. and Thornton C.P. (eds.) Archaeometallurgy in Global Perspective, Springer: New York, pp. 217-237.
Pollard, A.M., Bray, P.J. and Gosden, C. (2014). Is there something missing in scientific provenance studies of prehistoric artefacts? Antiquity 88 625-631.
Bray, P.J. and Pollard, A.M. (2012). A new interpretative approach to the chemistry of copper-alloy objects: source, recycling and technology. Antiquity 86 853-867.