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Timothy,

you may try

Herz, N. (1992): Provenance determination of Neolithic to Classic Mediterranean
marbles by stable isotopes.- Archaeometry,34,185-194.

Herz, N (1988): The oxygen and carbon isotopic data base for classical marble.-
In Herz & Waelkens: Classical marble: geochemistry, technology and trade. NATO
advanced Sciences Institute Series, E, Applied Sciences 153, 305-314 (Dordrecht
1988).


Hope this helps

Michael



"Heaton, Timothy HE" wrote:

> We've analysed a possible Egyptian marble (that is to say, marble carved in
> an Egyptian style) with d13C = +5.2?, d18O = -3.1?.
>
> Can anyone advise me of a recent compilation of isotope compositions of
> marbles from different locations?
>
> Thanks
>
> Tim H.E. Heaton
>
> NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory
> British Geological Survey
> Keyworth, Nottingham NG12 5GG, England
> (www.bgs.ac.uk/nigl/index.htm)
>
> Tel. +44(0)115 936 3401
> Fax +44(0)115 936 3302
> E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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