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  GOA MADE. An Archaeological Discovery.
A cura di Vidale M. e Giardino Claudio e Bonora G. L. Edition: L'ERMA di BRETSCHNEIDER - ISBN: 978-88-8265-735-2 - Year: 2012 -

This volume summarizes the preliminary results of studies carried out by scholars of different fields, archaeologists and material scientists, on the exceptional finds that came to light at Goa Made in east Java (Indonesia). The site was dug first by illegal excavators, then by Italian-Indonesian official teams of professional archaeologists under the direction of the Indonesian Government. Masks, statuettes, vessels and containers with elaborate forms and bells were made in a peculiar greenish brassbased material, possibly through a complex ceramic technology, so far never scientifically described and s...
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GOA MADE. An Archaeological Discovery.
A cura di Vidale M. e Giardino Claudio e Bonora G. L. Edition: L'ERMA di BRETSCHNEIDER - ISBN: 978-88-913-1120-7 - Year: 2012 -

This volume summarizes the preliminary results of studies carried out by scholars of different fields, archaeologists and material scientists, on the exceptional finds that came to light at Goa Made in east Java (Indonesia). The site was dug first by illegal excavators, then by Italian-Indonesian official teams of professional archaeologists under the direction of the Indonesian Government. Masks, statuettes, vessels and containers with elaborate forms and bells were made in a peculiar greenish brassbased material, possibly through a complex ceramic technology, so far never scientifically described and s...
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