Table 2: Tabulated consistencies established between 25 samples of Phoenician hacksilber and selected lead ores from Sardinia, the Iberian Peninsula and southern France. See key for numbered citations. Samples from Akko, Ein Hofez, Tel Dor and Tell Keisan are designated with the identifiers AKK, HFZ, DOR, KSN, respectively. [See data dictionary for full explanation of fields. Download as .xls]

Individual tables:
AKK001 | AKK006 | AKK007
DOR004 | DOR0013
KSN001 | KSN002 | KSN004 | KSN005 | KSN006
HFZ001 | HFZ002 | HFZ003 | HFZ004 | HFZ005 | 2HFZ001 | 2HFZ002 | 2HFZ003 | 2HFZ004 | 2HFZ005 | 2HFZ006 | 2HFZ007 | 2HFZ008 | 3HFZ001 | 3HFZ002


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