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MERKEL, J F., "How to avoid accidents: a critique of archaeometallurgical experiments", Accidental and Experimental Archaeometallurgy, vol. HMS Occasional Publication 7, London, Historical Metallurgical Society, pp. 51-60, 2013.
MERKEL, J F., "Experimental reconstruction of Bronze Age copper smelting based on archaeological evidence from Timna", The Ancient Metallurgy of Copper: Archaeology, Experiment, Theory, London, Institute for Archaeo-metallurgical Studies, pp. 78-122, 1990.
MERKEL, J F., "Experience with Refractories in reconstruction copper smelting experiments based upon archaeo-metallurgical evidence from Timna", Cross-Craft and Cross-Cultural Interactions in Ceramics, Westerville, Ohio, pp. 217-234, 1989.
MERKEL, J F., "Ancient smelting and casting of copper for oxhide ingots", Studies in Sardinian Archaeology II: Sardinia in the Mediterranean, Ann Arbor, Michigan, pp. 251-264, 1986.
TYLECOTE, R-F., and J F. MERKEL, "Experimental smelting techniques: achievements and future", Furnaces and Smetling Technology in Antiquity, vol. Occasional Paper, no. 48, London, The British Museum, pp. 3-20, 1985.
MERKEL, J F., Reconstruction of Bronze Age Copper Smelting Experiments based on Archaeological Evidence from Timna (Israel), vol. PhD, issue 6, London, Institute of Archaeology, University College London, 1983.
MERKEL, J F., "Summary of experimental results for Late Bronze Age copper smelting and refining", Masea-Journal, vol. 2, issue 6, Pennsylvania, Museum Applied Science Center for Archaeology. University of Pennsylvania, pp. 173-178, 1983.
WILSON, A., and J F. MERKEL, "Desert smelting recaptures industry of the ancients", Institute of Archaeo-Mettalurgical Studies Newsletter, vol. 3, pp. 1-3, 01/1982.