A Selection of Dr Thilo's Publications

A Selection of Dr Thilo's Publications

Esposti, D. M., Renzi, M. & Rehren,Th. 2016: Iron Age metallurgy at Salūt (Sultanate of Oman): a preliminary note. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 46, 81-88.

Renzi, M., Intilia, A., Hausleiter, A. & Rehren, Th. 2016: Early Iron Age metal circulation in the Arabian Peninsula: the oasis of Taymā as part of a dynamic network. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 46, 237-246.

Golfomitsou, S., Georgakopoulou, M. and Rehren, Th. 2015: Cultural Heritage career paths for materials scientists and corrosion engineers. In: H.L. Lim (ed) Handbook of Research on Recent Developments in Materials Science and Corrosion Engineering Education, 349-368.

Liu Siran, Rehren, Th., Pernicka, E. and Hausleiter, A. 2015: Copper processing in the oases of northwest Arabia: technology, alloys and provenance. Journal of Archaeological Science 53, 492-503.

Rehren, Th. and Freestone, I.C. 2015: Ancient glass: from kaleidoscope to crystal ball. Journal of Archaeological Science 56, 233-241.

Rehren, Th., Connolly, P., Schibille, N. and Schwarzer, H. 2015: Changes in glass consumption in Pergamon (Turkey) from Hellenistic to late Byzantine and Islamic times. Journal of Archaeological Science 55, 266-279.

Alipour, R. and Rehren, Th. 2014: Persian Pūlād Production: Chāhak Tradition. Journal of Islamic Archaeology 1, 237-267.

Gill, M.S. and Rehren, Th. 2014: The intentional use of lead-tin orange in Indian Islamic glazes and its preliminary characterization. Archaeometry 56, 1009-1023.

Gill, M., Rehren, Th. and Freestone, I. 2014: Tradition and indigeneity in Mughal architectural glazed tiles. Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 546-555.

Rehren, Th. and Nixon, S. 2014: Refining gold with glass – an early Islamic technology at Tadmekka, Mali. Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 33-41.

Rosenow, D. and Rehren, Th. 2014: Herding cats – Roman to Late Antique glass groups from Bubastis, northern Egypt. Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 170-184.