3 edition of Metals and metalworking found in the catalog.
Metals and metalworking
Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-79) and index.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Justine Bayley, David Crossley and Matthew Ponting.|
|Series||Occasional publication / Historical Metallurgy Society -- no. 6, Occasional publication (Historical Metallurgy Society) -- no. 6.|
|Contributions||Crossley, David W., Ponting, Matthew., Historical Metallurgy Society.|
|LC Classifications||CC79.M47 B39 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||2008472117|
Metals were a fundamental part of Roman life, providing a wide range of weapons, coins, implements, and jewellery. In Roman Britain, mining for gold and silver is known to have taken place and the working of these metals is known sporadically, mostly from urban contexts, while lead, tin, copper, and iron was also widely used, either on their own or in combination to form alloys such as bronze Cited by: 2. With over 2, black-and-white illustrations and clear, practical instructions given by expert handyman and blacksmith Paul N. Hasluck, Metalworking offers everything you need to know to turn a chunk of metal into a useful and well-crafted product. From building a blast furnace and polishing metals to forging iron and steel and spinning metals on a lathe, this comprehensive guidebook .
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Products Pages ISBN Retail Price Order Quantity; Text Modern Metalworking provides a comprehensive introduction to the various tools, machines, and materials involved in metalworking. Expanded coverage throughout the text introduces students to the equipment and processes required to pursue a career in the metalworking industry. Precious metals 41 Bronze Age metalworking 41 Artefact analyses 42 Iron Age bronze-working 42 The beginnings of iron technology 43 Iron slags 44 Roman ironworking in the Weald 45 The introduction, development and spread of brass 47 Brass production 47 Uses of brass 48 Brass in the early medieval period: the case forFile Size: 2MB.
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