Actes du deuxième colloque international de l'association Verre et Histoire, Nancy, 26-28 mars 2009

David Dungworth, English Heritage, Fort Cumberland, Portsmouth (United Kingdom).

Innovations in the 17th-century glass industry: the introduction of kelp (seaweed) ash in Britain


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