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Typomorphic minerals are characteristic for a specific material and are formed under particular conditions of temperature and pressure that reflect the conditions present at the formation of a site. A defined set of typomorphic minerals could be used as a “fingerprint” of a geological site and might indicate the origin of the analysed material used in the manufacturing of the archaeological objects, such as ceramics, minerals or applied as painting materials.

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