Elisabetta Boaretto focuses on Archaeology, Radiocarbon dating, Cave, Mineralogy and Iron Age. Her Archaeology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pollen, Phytolith and Wood ash. Elisabetta Boaretto has researched Radiocarbon dating in several fields, including Chronology and Charcoal.
Her Cave research incorporates themes from Archaeological science, Paleontology, Upper Paleolithic, Ancient history and Foothills. Elisabetta Boaretto works mostly in the field of Mineralogy, limiting it down to topics relating to Infrared spectroscopy and, in certain cases, Calcium carbonate. Her Iron Age study also includes
Archaeology, Radiocarbon dating, Chronology, Cave and Mineralogy are her primary areas of study. Much of her study explores Archaeology relationship to Period. Elisabetta Boaretto works mostly in the field of Radiocarbon dating, limiting it down to concerns involving Holocene and, occasionally, Sea level.
Her Cave study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Prehistory, Paleontology and Upper Paleolithic. Her study in the field of Calcite is also linked to topics like Characterization. Her Calcite research includes elements of Calcium carbonate, Carbonate, Mineral and Diagenesis.
Her primary scientific interests are in Archaeology, Radiocarbon dating, Chronology, Ancient history and Bronze Age. Archaeology is a component of her Southern Levant, Excavation, Bronze, Byzantine architecture and Middle Paleolithic studies. Her Radiocarbon dating research includes themes of Upper Paleolithic, Mineralogy and Cave.
Her Mineralogy study also includes fields such as
Her primary scientific interests are in Archaeology, Radiocarbon dating, Chronology, Upper Paleolithic and Byzantine architecture. Many of her research projects under Archaeology are closely connected to Future studies and Tree trunk with Future studies and Tree trunk, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her studies in Radiocarbon dating integrate themes in fields like Volcano, Vulcanian eruption, Thermal decomposition and Mineralogy.
Elisabetta Boaretto combines subjects such as Prehistory, Geochemistry, Context and Sedimentary depositional environment with her study of Chronology. Her Upper Paleolithic research integrates issues from Karst and Middle Paleolithic, Cave, Aurignacian. Elisabetta Boaretto interconnects Glacial period, Period, Paleoclimatology and Physical geography in the investigation of issues within Cave.
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30,000-Year-Old Wild Flax Fibers
Eliso Kvavadze;Ofer Bar-Yosef;Anna Belfer-Cohen;Elisabetta Boaretto.
Sediments exposed to high temperatures: reconstructing pyrotechnological processes in Late Bronze and Iron Age Strata at Tel Dor (Israel)
Francesco Berna;Adi Behar;Ruth Shahack-Gross;John Berg.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2007)
Modern and fossil charcoal: aspects of structure and diagenesis
Ilit Cohen-Ofri;Lev Weiner;Elisabetta Boaretto;Genia Mintz.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2006)
Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans
Israel Hershkovitz;Israel Hershkovitz;Ofer Marder;Avner Ayalon;Miryam Bar-Matthews.
Early Neolithic wine of Georgia in the South Caucasus
Patrick McGovern;Mindia Jalabadze;Stephen Batiuk;Michael P. Callahan.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2017)
Radiocarbon dating of charcoal and bone collagen associated with early pottery at Yuchanyan Cave, Hunan Province, China
Elisabetta Boaretto;Elisabetta Boaretto;Xiaohong Wu;Jiarong Yuan;Ofer Bar-Yosef.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Phytolith-rich layers from the Late Bronze and Iron Ages at Tel Dor (Israel): mode of formation and archaeological significance
Rosa Maria Albert;Ruth Shahack-Gross;Ruth Shahack-Gross;Dan Cabanes;Ayelet Gilboa.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2008)
Distinguishing between calcites formed by different mechanisms using infrared spectrometry: archaeological applications
Lior Regev;Kristin M. Poduska;Lia Addadi;Steve Weiner.
Journal of Archaeological Science (2010)
Chronology of the Early Bronze Age in the Southern Levant: New Analysis for a High Chronology
Johanna Regev;Pierre de Miroschedji;Raphael Greenberg;Eliot Braun.
Report on the first stage of the iron age dating project in Israel : Supporting a low chronology
Ilan Sharon;Ayelet Gilboa;A J Timothy Jull;Elisabetta Boaretto.
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