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Thermoremanent magnetization (TRM) anisotropy and cooling rate effects upon TRM intensity have been investigated.
The results showed that these effects are low for four of the six studied kilns, with differences between the uncorrected and corrected means of less than 3 per cent.
Rock magnetic analyses showed that the principal magnetic carriers are magnetite and low Ti titanomagnetite, along with variable contributions of thermally stable maghemite and a high coercivity phase with low unblocking temperatures.
The magnetic mineralogy of the studied material is thermally stable and behaves ideally during archaeointensity experiments.
All data recovered are thoroughly analyzed following scientific inquiry procedures before conclusions are reached.
Archaeologists use several processes to address questions about the past.
They may gather new data by conducting regional surveys to locate archaeological sites.
Archaeologists also reexamine data, such as artifact collections, site records, and published reports from previously completed projects.
New techniques may allow them to learn from data and artifacts that have been curated for many years.
New full-vector archaeomagnetic data for North Africa recovered from the study of six kilns, five from Tunisia and one from Morocco, are presented.