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The Social Implications of Technological Variability as Observed in High Tin Bronze Objects of the Unified Silla
통일신라의 고주석 청동기에서 확인되는 제작기술의 다양성과 이에 투영된 사회적 변화에 관한 연구
Jang Sik Park, Jin Ok Joo
박장식, 주진옥
Korean J. Met. Mater. 2017;55(10):745-751.   Published online 2017 Sep 28
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3365/KJMM.2017.55.10.745

Abstract
Korea is famous for more than a millennium of continuous fabrication of Cu-Sn objects with near peritectic composition through a process of forging and rapid cooling at approximately 700 °C. We examined four high tin bronze hairpins excavated from two Unified Silla sites in Gyongju and found substantial variability reflecting..... More

      
Evolution of High Tin Bronze Technology in Korea as Observed in Bronze Objects of the Unified Silla Period, Excavated from the National Gyongju Museum Site
한국 방짜기술의 출현과정에 관한 금속학적 연구: 국립경주박물관 부지 출토 통일신라 청동유물을 기준으로
Jang Sik Park, Jin Ok Joo
박장식, 주진옥
Korean J. Met. Mater. 2016;54(12):937-943.   Published online 2016 Dec 5
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3365/KJMM.2016.54.12.937

Abstract
Korea is famous for its long history of manufacturing high tin bronze objects of near peritectic composition by the application of forging and rapid cooling at approximately 700 °C. Not much is known, however, of the origin and developmental processes of this technique. Fortunately, valuable evidence for assessing the associated..... More

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