TEMA, Evdokia

TEMA, Evdokia  

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A 10,000 yr record of high-resolution Paleosecular Variation from a flowstone of Rio Martino Cave, Northwestern Alps, Italy 2018 Zanella, E.; Tema, E.; Lanci, L.; Regattieri, E.; Isola, I.; Hellstrom, J. C.; Costa, E.; Zanchetta, G.; Drysdae, R. N.; Magrì, F.
8000 years of geomagnetic field Secular Variation in the Balkan Peninsula based on archaeomagnetic data. 2011 Tema E.; Kondopoulou D.
A directional Secular Variation Curve for Greece for the last 4500 years: Comparison with regional and global geomagnetic field models. 2009 De Marco E.; Tema E.; Lanos Ph.; Kondopoulou D.
Anisotropy of magnetic fabric of tiles and bricks: implications on archaeomagnetic dating. 2005 Tema E.; Lanza R.
Archaeointensity and archaeodirectional determinations from ancient iron kilns located in West Africa 2016 Kapper, L.; Serneels, V.; Donadini, F.; Tema, E.; Goguitchaichvili, A.; Morales, J.
Archaeointensity determination of the Earth's magnetic field in coastal Ecuador during the last six millennia: New data from Ecuadorian Potsherds 2015 Herrero-Bervera, E.; Tema, E.; Athens, S.
Archaeointensity determinations from Italy: new data and the Earth's magnetic field strength variation over the past three millennia. 2010 Tema E.; Goguitchaichvili A.; Camps P.
Archaeological, archaeomagnetic and thermoluminescence investigation of a baked clay kiln excavated at Chieri, northern Italy: contribution to the rescue of our cultural heritage 2014 E. Tema; F. Fantino; E. Ferrara; S. Allegretti; A. Lo Giudice; A. Re; F. Barello; S. Vella; L. Cirillo; M. Gulmini
Archaeology and Geomagnetism: Investigating the Earth's magnetic field in Italy during the Neolithic period. New data from the Portonovo archaeological site (Marche, Italy) 2015 Tema, E.; Ferrara, E.; Camps, P.; Conati Barbaro, C.; Spatafora, S.; Poidras, T.
Archaeomagnetic and thermoluminescence combined analysis as a promising dating tool in archaeology: a case study of an ancient workshop, Kato Achaia, Greece 2013 Tema, E.; Polymeris, G.; Morales, J.; Gogichaishvili, A.
Archaeomagnetic dating in Greece: new directional results from two contemporaneous kilns. 2013 Tema E.
Archaeomagnetic dating in Italy based on the full geomagnetic field vector: New results from Italian kilns 2012 Tema E.; Morales J.; Goguitchaichvili A.; Camps P.
Archaeomagnetic dating in Italy: an example of a baked clay kiln excavated at Santhià, Northern Italy 2018 Tema, E., Ferrara, E., Panero, E., Giachino, S.
Archaeomagnetic dating of ancient kilns: a promising dating tool for archaeological research. How precise can it be? 2016 Tema, E.; Casas, L.
Archaeomagnetic dating: Examples from Euboea and thte missing link between central Greek mainland and the islands 2013 Kondopoulou, D.; Lanos, P.; Evans, T.; Tema, E.; Aidona, E.
Archaeomagnetic dating: Examples from Euboea-Attica and the missing link between the central Greek mainland and the islands. 2017 Kondopoulou D.; Lanos Ph.; Evans T.; Tema E.; Aidona E.; De Marco E.
Archaeomagnetic Research in Italy: Recent achievements and future perspectives 2011 Tema E.
Archaeomagnetic study of a brick kiln excavated at Fontanetto Po (Vercelli, Northern Italy) 2012 Tema, E.; Morales, J.; Gogichaishvili, A.; Ferrara, E.; Camps, P.
Archaeomagnetic study of a lime kiln at Bazzano (northern Italy) 2008 E. TEMA; R. LANZA
Archaeomagnetic study of a lime kiln at Bazzano (Northern Itlay) and age estimation using the Bayesian approach. 2006 Tema E.; Lanza R.; Lanos Ph.