Isabelle Druc

  1. Druc, I. and Velde, B., 2021. Ceramic Materials in Archaeology. Blue Mounds, WI: Deep Education Press. Print and e-Book
  2. Druc, I., Underhill, A., Wang, F., Luan, F., Lu, Q., Hu, Q., Guo, M., Liu, Y. Late Neolithic white wares from southeastern Shandong, China: the tricks to produce a white looking pot with not much kaolin. Results from petrography, XRD and SEM-EDS analyses. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports 35
  3. 何为当地生产-来自秘鲁高原及其他区域的证据 (What is local: Looking at ceramic production in the Peruvian Highlands and beyond. Translated by Qingyu Lu, Proof reader Dr. Wangfen. 南方文物 (Cultural Relics in Southern China) (issue number and pp tba)
  4.  Druc, I., Gonzales, P., Inokuchi, K. What is that pigment? Surface analysis of early ceramics from Kuntur Wasi, Andes of Peru, by way of Raman microscopy and portable X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy. Annals of Archaeology 3(2): 49-60.
  5. Kałaska, M., Druc, I., Chyla, J., Pimentel, R., Syczewski, M., Siuda, R., Makowski, K., Giersz, M. Application of electron microprobe analysis to identify the origin of ancient pottery production from the Castillo de Huarmey, Peru. Archaeometry, accepted May 2020
  6. Druc, I., M. Giersz, M. Kalaska, R. Siuda, M. Syczewski, R. Pimentel, J. Chyla, and K. Makowski. Offerings for Huari ancestors: strategies of ceramic production and distribution at Castillo de Huarmey, Peru. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports. 30, online April 2020