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Plasenzuela silver-lead district - environmental effects of Roman mining

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Ager, C.M., and Schmidt, R.G., 2003, Persistence for two millennia of toxic elements released by Roman metallurgical industry, Extremadura, Spain [abstract]: Washington, D.C., 5th World Archaeological Congress, June 2003.

Schmidt, R.G., Ager, C.M., and Montes, J.G., 1997, New results and unresolved problems in a study of the Roman metallurgical industry at Plasenzuela, Extremadura, Spain (abstract): Metals in Antiquity Symposium, Harvard, September 10-13, 1997.

Schmidt, R.G., Ager, C.M., and Gil Montes, Juan, 1999, A study of Roman mining and metallurgy and their environmental consequences at Plasenzuela, Extremadura, Spain: in Metals in Antiquity, S.M.M. Young, A.M. Pollard, Paul Budd, and R.A. Ixer, editors, British Archaelogical Reports, Series 792, Oxford, Archaeopress, p. 234-242.



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