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Details of events, research and work in progess in the field of mining history and archaeology.


ABOUT THIS SITE

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CURRENT RESEARCH

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SOUTH-WEST ENGLAND

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WALES

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OTHER AREAS

  1. The Bordley Township Project: Aspects of Human Impact on a Landscape in Craven includes the development of a relative chronology for lead working - © 2012 Council for British Archaeology: Yorkshire Group and Peter Claughton. All Rights Reserved. CBA Yorkshire
  2. Production and economic impact: Northern Pennine (English) silver in the 12th century, a paper orginally presented to the 6th Internation Mining History Congress, Akabira, Japan, September 2003 - available as a Word file.
  3. "New techniques, new sources: The British steel industry and its ore supply, 1850-1950", published in the Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of Paleosiderurgy, (Donostia / San Sebastian, Spain, 2005) pp. 277-290, and available as a Word file. This is a statistically based overview; the prelude to a study of iron mining and quarrying in Britain, which might be expanded as part of a continuing research programme.
  4. Dillwyn et le traitement du zinc argentifère de Bretagne - Dillwyn and Co., of Swansea, and the treatment of argentiferous zinc ores from Britanny in the second half of the 19th century (in French) - a paper given to the annual meeting of SAFEMM, the French society for the archaeology of mining and metallurgy, in 2005
  5. Sources of silver in the 10th century - an unpublished paper presented to the VIKINGS'97 conference in Tavistock in 1997.

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FORTHCOMING CONFERENCES

See also the Société Archéologique Française pour l'Etude des Mines et de la Métallurgie (SAFEMM) listing of forthcoming conferences in France - go to the SAFEMM website and select "Actualités".

Return to the mining-history list pages at JISCmail if you came to the conference listing from that site.

REPORTS ON PAST CONFERENCES

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RESOURCES FOR MINING HISTORY RESEARCH

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GENERAL INFORMATION



Unless stated otherwise, the contents of the pages on this site were written by Peter Claughton.

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Peter Claughton / College of Humanities
P.F.Claughton@exeter.ac.uk
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