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Emergence of Large-Scale Copper Production during the Early Bronze Age in Saint-Véran (France) and in Pre Hispanic Northern Chile: A Comparative Research Program

Abstract : Recent research on the organisation of copper production tends to show that metallurgy has rarely developed on a simple and linear manner but rather along quite tortuous paths. A team of Chilean and French archaeologists, archaeometallurgists, and geologists are currently comparing different social and technological contexts surrounding the emergence and/or development of various copper metallurgies including domestic and large-scale types of productions.
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Benoit Mille, Diego Salazar, David Bourgarit, Valentina Figueroa, Catherine Perlès, et al.. Emergence of Large-Scale Copper Production during the Early Bronze Age in Saint-Véran (France) and in Pre Hispanic Northern Chile: A Comparative Research Program. The crucible, London: Minor Metals Trade Association, 2013, 84, pp.8-9. ⟨hal-01529119⟩

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