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::'This report was done with the support from a grant of the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration. Any conclusions or opinions expressed in this report represent solely those of the author(s)
We are very grateful to the National Science Foundation for its grant which allowed our work to continue. We also wish to thank the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, as well as the Israel Department of Antiquities and the Rockefeller Museum for making the Megiddo collection available to us. Dr. Gustavus Swift and Mr. Peter Parr helped us in Chicago and Mrs. Ruth Peled in the Rockefeller Museum; we wish to thank them all. The Milia and Tell el-'Ajjul ceramics were published in an earlier paper; we are grateful, as before, to the Israel Department of Antiquities, the London Institute of Archaeology, as well as Dr. Vassos Karageorghis, Professor Einer Gjerstad, Professor Paul Astrom, and Peter Parr. Professor Ruth Amiran and Professor Paul Astrom have kindly allowed us to use the drawings which appear in this paper. We thank Tek Lim, Supervisor of the University of California at Berkeley Research Reactor, and his staff for the neutron irradiations used in this work. Mrs. Helen V. Michel gave invaluable assistance in the neutron activation measurements. We are indebted to Duane F. Mosier for the development and maintenance of the mechanical and electronic systems used for these measurements and Mrs. Julie Rodriquez Jones who helped with the computer work.
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