Faculty Profile
 
  JIN Zhengyao
     
Department: USTC Archaeometry Laboratory
Mailing Address:
University of Science and Technology of China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63602465
Fax:
63602465
Homepage:
http://en.archlab.ustc.edu.cn/people_1/Staff/201101/t20110119_88174.html
 
       

Research Profile

	  
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Selected Publications
1) LEAD ISOTOPE ANALYSES REVEALED THE KEY ROLE OF CHANG’AN IN THE MIRROR PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION NETWORK DURING THE HAN DYNASTY , Archaeometry , 201606 , accepted
2) 湖南宁乡县炭河里遗址出土青铜器的科学分析 , 考古 , 2016年7 , 2016年第七期
3) Luminescence study of the initial, pre-casting firing temperatures of clay mould and core used for bronze casting at Yinxu (13c. BC~11c. BC)  , Quaternary Geochronology , 201510 , 2015 V.30
4) OSL chronology of traditional zinc smelting activity in Yunnan province, southwest China , Quaternary Geochronology , 201510 , 2015 V.30
5) Isotope studies of human remains from Mayutian, Yunnan Province, China , Journal of Archaeological Science , 201410 , 2014年第10期
6) Firing temperature of a clay core sample in a bronze tripod from Daxinzhuang Site in China using TL techniques , GEOCHRONOMETRIA , 201312 , 2013 V.40
7) Luminescence determination of firing temperature of archaeological pure sand related to ancient Dian bronze casting, China. , Quaternary Geochronology , 201207 , 2012 V. 10
8) 新石器晚期祭祀彩石的多种谱学方法研究 , 光谱学与光谱分析 , 201309 , 33(9)
9) Recent Discoveries Concerning Metallurgy in Bronze Age Yunnan,Forbes Forum (invited) , Scientific Research on Ancient Asian Metallurgy , 2012.2 , Eds. Jett,et al. 2012 London
10) Can noodles be made of millet? : An experimental investigation of noodle manufacture together with starch grain analyses , Archaeometry , 2011 , 2011,53(1)
11) An elemental and lead isotopical study on bronze helmets from Royal Tomb NO. 1004 in Yin Ruins , Archaeometry , 201012 , 2010,52(6)
 
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TEL: +86-551-63600279, E-mail: tianlin@ustc.edu.cn