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Obsidian and ancient manufactured glasses

Ioannis Liritzis

Obsidian and ancient manufactured glasses

by Ioannis Liritzis

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Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydration rind dating,
  • Ancient Glassware,
  • Obsidian

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Ioannis Liritzis and Christopher M. Stevenson
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC78.7 .O37 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25122195M
    ISBN 109780826351593, 9780826351616
    LC Control Number2011048531

    A broad study of the sources of obsidian in ancient Mexico that focuses especially on the extraction and preparation of obsidian at the source locations. Fundamental for any investigation of the key economic role played by obsidian mining and trade in the development of Mesoamerican civilization. Detailed maps and descriptions of the major source locations are included. The Obsidian Trilogy, Book One. Author: Mercedes Lackey,James Mallory; Publisher: Tor Books ISBN: Category: Fiction Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The Outstretched Shadow, the first book in The Obsidian Trilogy from Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory Kellen Tavadon, son of the Arch-Mage Lycaelon, thought he knew the way the world worked.

    Obsidian is a naturally formed volcanic glass that was an important part of the material culture of Pre-Columbian an was a highly integrated part of daily and ritual life, and its widespread and varied use may be a significant contributor to Mesoamerica's lack of metallurgy. Lithic and contextual analysis of obsidian, including source studies, are important components of. Departing from the political economy perspective taken by the vast majority of volumes devoted to Mesoamerican obsidian, Obsidian Reflections is an examination of obsidian's sociocultural dimensions—particularly in regard to Mesoamerican world view, religion, and belief systems. Exploring the materiality of this volcanic glass rather than only its functionality, this book considers the.

    - Explore circa's board "obsidian blades", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Obsidian blade, Obsidian, Flint knapping pins. OBSIDIAN -- A Glass Buttes AdventureModern flint knappers and ancient cultures all make use of Obsidian as a natural resource. This volcanic glass was one of the finest stones for making knives, dart and arrow points, and other cutting tools used for thousands of generations by our the United States one of the lesser known sources of obsidian is Glass Buttes in eastern Oregon.


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Recommended articles Citing articles (0). Obsidian: Obsidian is an aluminosilicate, or rhyolitic, glass, formed by rapid cooling of volcanic magma under the proper geologic any other glass, it is not a crystal, and thus it lacks the lattice structure typical of crystals at the atomic level.

However, glasses do. The Obsidian crystal stone meaning can be traced back to Paleolithic times where it was used to make arrowheads and other tools. Cherished for its deep, glossy sheen, Obsidian is often called volcanic glass because it is formed from molten lava that has cooled very quickly.

Obsidian and ancient manufactured glasses / edited by Ioannis Liritzis and Christopher M. Stevenson. Library Publisher Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, Two obsidian flows and several obsidian domes, Glass Mountain, California. The northern of the two flows emanates from an obsidian summit dome with a minute axial orifice for gas escape, and there is a succession of very small pancake-like effusions from a chain of centres in.

Exploring the materiality of this volcanic glass rather than only its functionality, this book considers the interplay among people, obsidian, and meaning and how these relationships shaped patterns of procurement, exchange, and use. Obsidian -- a type of volcanic glass -- can produce cutting edges many times finer than even the best steel scalpels.

Even today, a small number of surgeons are using an ancient. Flaked tools made of the natural glass obsidian and found at ancient quarries in New Britain, Papua New Guinea pose an intriguing problem because they are shaped like axes, but glass is generally considered too brittle a material for chopping.

Sources and Sourcing of Volcanic Glass in Hawai'i: Implications for Exchange Studies. Archaeology in Oceania Polynesian Volcanic Glass: Uses, Sourcing, and Distribution.

In Obsidian and Ancient Manufactured Glasses, edited by Ioannis Liritzis and Christopher M. Stevenson, pp. University of New Mexico Press. In the pages of “OBSIDIAN ~ Ancient Glass Artifacts From Western North America ~ ” you will see dozens of different style natural glass projectile points, knives and hunting tools made from many forms and colors of obsidian.

All of these are ancient, authentic artifacts collected over many decades across the western regions of North America. Ambrose, SHObsidian dating and source exploitation studies in Africa: Implications for the evolution of human behavior.

in Obsidian and Ancient Manufactured Glasses. University of New Mexico Press, pp. Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass formed as an extrusive igneous rock. Obsidian is produced when felsic lava extruded from a volcano cools rapidly with minimal crystal is commonly found within the margins of rhyolitic lava flows known as obsidian flows, where the chemical composition (high silica content) causes a high viscosity, which, upon rapid cooling, results in.Obsidian, igneous rock occurring as a natural glass formed by the rapid cooling of viscous lava from volcanoes.

Obsidian is extremely rich in silica (about 65 to 80 percent), is low in water, and has a chemical composition similar to rhyolite. Obsidian has a glassy lustre and is slightly harder than window glass.