Author

John A. Alley

Date of Award

1936

Degree Type

Bachelors Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering

Department

Metallurgy

First Advisor

Dr. Curtis L. Wilson

Second Advisor

Professor Melvin Sayre

Abstract

The field of archaeology and that of metallurgy appear to be widely separated and in no way related. Work done in recent years, however, tends to show that, in many ways, the metallurgist can supplement and enhance the information gain­ed by the archaeologist, at least in regard to those objects which have been made of metal.