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Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, ISSN 2352-409X, 02/2020, Volume 29, p. 102163
•Ceramic containers from Fort of San Diego Acapulco and Manilla Galleon were studied.•Botijas were manufactured in Spain and South America; Martbans in... 
Pacific Ocean trade | Botijas | INAA | Red ware | Acapulco | Mexico | Martabans | Glazed ware | CHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION | NEUTRON-ACTIVATION ANALYSIS | MAJOLICA | PENINSULA | ARCHAEOLOGY | OLIVE JARS | NEW-SPAIN | Usage | Composition | Ceramics | Trade routes | History | Ceramic materials | Testing
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Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, ISSN 2352-409X, 10/2018, Volume 21, pp. 1171 - 1180
Olive jars, also known as botijas, were used during the early modern period to ship products between Spain and its colonies. Studies of their provenance allow... 
Campeche | Botijas | Olive jars | New Spain | INAA | Transatlantic commerce | POTTERY | NEUTRON-ACTIVATION ANALYSIS | MAJOLICA | HIGHLAND ECUADOR | ARCHAEOLOGY | ARCHAEOMETRY | COLONIAL CERAMICS | Pottery, Ancient | Chemical properties
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JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE-REPORTS, ISSN 2352-409X, 10/2019, Volume 27, p. 101974
This study presents the results of visual and portable X-ray fluorescence (PXRF) analyses of botijas/olive jars from the 16th Century sites of San Miguel de... 
WINE | TRADITION | Portable XRF | POTTERY | NEUTRON-ACTIVATION ANALYSIS | MAJOLICA | Colonial | Botija | Ceramics | ARCHAEOLOGY | Olive jar | SPANISH | COLONIAL CERAMICS | MOQUEGUA | Peru | FOOD
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The hidden things promise both grace and misery. In various countryside districts of the state of Pernambuco there is a myth related to the gold hidden by the... 
Mito | Myth | ANTROPOLOGIA | Botija | Homo Quoeres
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Muzikološki zbornik, ISSN 0580-373X, 06/2015, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 35 - 55
Prispevek obravnava povezave med dvema izmed pomembnejših glasbenoteoretskih  traktatov, Temelji harmonike Gioseffa Zarlina in Temelji glasbe Anicija Manlija... 
Zarlino | glasbena teorija | renesansa | Boetij
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La Opinión (Los Angeles, Calif.), ISSN 0276-590X, 07/1995, Volume 69, Issue 303
``Del grupo salí sin saberlo'', contó. ``De repente, me entero que ya no estaban contando conmigo. Eso me desconcertó, pero a la vez fue bueno. Ese momento... 
Perez Botija, Rafael | Music | Claudio
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