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Balla M, Gabler D.,1983, Terra sigillaták eredetének vizsgálata neutronaktivációs analitikai módszerrel. Archaeológiai Értesítő 109.1. 74-78.

 

Gabler D., Balla M., Bérczi J., Keömley G., 1986, Pannoniai sigillaták eredetének meghatározása neutronaktivációs analitikai módszerrel. Archaeológiai Értesítő 113.  32-49.

 

M. Balla, J. Bérczi, G. Keömley, Gy. Rosner, D. Gabler, 1989, Provenance studies of ceramics by NAA. In : Archaeometrical Research in Hungary, National Centre of Museums, Bp. 103-119.

 

Balla M., Rosner Gy., 1989, Provenance studies of Avar ceramics by NAA. Int. Conf. on Early Middle Ages. A Wosinski Mór Múzeum Évkönyve, Szekszárd, 131-135.

 

Balla M., Keömley G., Rosner Gy., 1990, Neutron activation analysis for provenance studies of archaeological ceramics. J. Radioanal. and Nuclear Chem.  141.1. 7-16.

 

I. Holl, M. Balla, 1994, Neutronenaktivierungsanalyse Mittelalterlicher Ofenkacheln, Acta Arch. Hung. 46. 381-404.

 

E. Jerem, M. Balla, L. Balázs, 1998. Early Celtic Stamped Pottery in the Eastern Alpine Area: Workshop Activity and Trade. In: Archaeometrical Research in Hungary II. 83-94

 

Balla,M., Keömley,G., Molnár,Zs., 1998, Neutron Activation Analysis, in A.Vértes, S. Nagy, K. Süvegh (Eds.) Nuclear Methods in Mineralogy and Geology, Plenum Press New York & London, 115-145.

 

M. Balla, P. Zsidi, L. Balázs, 1999, Spread of Mortaria Types in Municipium Aquincum (Óbuda, Hungary). Journal of Archaeological Science 26, 997-1001.

 

M.Balla,1999, The Search for the Manufacturing Center of “Edomite” Pottery as Found in the Iron Age II Fortress pf ‘Ein Hazeva in the Arava of Israel, by Means of Neutron Activation Analysis. American Schools of Oriental Research Newsletter 49/3.13.

 

Zsidi,P., Balla,M., 2000, The distribution of mortars from the so-called Gas-Works Potters’ Workshop in Aquincum. Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta 36, 247-253.

 

Gunneweg, J, Balla, M. 2001, How neutron activation analysis can assist Research into the provenance of pottery at Qumran, in: Historical Perspectives From

the Hasmoneans to Bar Kokhba in Light of the Dead Sea Scrolls (Eds. D. Goodblatt, A. Pinnick & D.R. Schwartz), Proceedings of the fourth international symposium of the Orion Center, 27-31 January 1999, Brill, Leiden, 2001.179-185.

 

Gunneweg,J., Balla,M., 2002, Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis, Busayra and Judah. In: Busayra, Excavations by Crysral-M. Bennet. Ed.:P. Bienkowski, British Academy Monographs in Archaeology No.13, Oxford University

Press. 483-485.

 

Gunneweg,J., Balla,M., 2003, Neutron Activation Analysis: Scroll Jars and Common Ware. In: Khirbet Qumran and ’Ain Feshkha II. Studies of Anthropology, Physics and Chemistry, eds. Humbert, J-B., Gunneweg,J., Academic Press Fribourg, Vandenhoeck&Ruprecht Göttingen. 3-53.

 

Gunneweg,J., Balla,M., 2003, Possible Connection Between the Inscriptions on Pottery, the Ostraca and Scrolls Found in the Caves

In: Khirbet Qumran and ‘Ain Feshkha II. Studies of Anthropology, Physics and Chemistry, eds..Humbert J-B & Gunneweg, J., Academic Press Fribourg Vandenhoeck&Ruprecht Göttingen. 389-394.

 

M.Balla, Zs.Molnár, Á.Kőrös, 2004, Uncertainty Budget and Validation of NAA Using Reference Materials. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, Vol. 259, No.3. 395-400.

 

Balla,M. 2004, Kémiai ujjlenyomat- a qumráni közösség kerámiáinak neutronaktivációs analitikai vizsgálata. Magyar Kémikusok Lapja 59/5. 152-154.

 

Gunneweg,J., Balla,M., Pantos,M., Poolton,N., Mueller, M., Burghammer, M., Snigieva,I. (2004). The Provenance and Clay Characterization of the Pompeian Red Plate of the Roman Period by NAA and SR. Archaeometry Workshop 2004/1. p.32-33. e-journal published by the Hungarian National Museum.

 

Gunneweg,J., Wouters,J., Balla,M. (2005). Qumran and the Dead Sea Scrolls: A Jigsaw Puzzle. In: Adriaens,A., Degrigny,C., Cassar,J. (Eds.), Benefits of non-destructive analytical techniques for conservation. EUR 21636 EN. Papers from a COST G8 workshop held in Kalkara, Malta, 8 January 2004.111-122.

 

Balla,M. (2005). Beyond Style. A Provenance Study of Iznik Pottery By Means of Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA). In: Turkish Flowers. Studies on Ottoman Art in Hungary, ed. Gerelyes, I., Hungarian National Museum. 63-68.

 

Vajda,N., Balla,M., Molnár,Zs., Bódizs,D. (2006). On the way to formal accreditation" In "Accreditation and Quality Assurance: Journal for Quality, Comparability and Reliability in Chemical Measurement". Vol. 10, No. 11. Springer Verlag. 599-602.

 

Gunneweg, J., Balla, M. (2006), The provenance of Qumran pottery by instrumental neutron activation analysis. In: Gunneweg,J., Greenblatt, C., Adriaens, A. (Eds.), Bio- and material cultures at Qumran. Papers from a COST Action G8 working group meeting held in Jerusalem, Israel, 22-23 May 2005. Fraunhofer IRB Verlag. 99-109.

 

Gunneweg, J., Balla, M., Wouters, J., Greenblatt, C., Mueller, M., Pantos, E., van der Plicht, H., Adriaens, A., Rasmussen, K.L., Riekel, C., Burghammer, M., Murphy, B. (2006), A multi-disciplinary handshake between Humanities and Science at Qumran. In: Denker, A., Adriaens, A., Dowswatt, M., Giumlia-Mair, A. (Eds.), Non-destructive testing and analysis of museum objects, COST Action G8, Fraunhofer IRB Verlag.. 185-197.

 

Balla,M., Gunneweg,J. (2007). Archaeological Research at the Institute of Nuclear Techniques, Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Scholarly Achievements of a Prosperous Long-term Collaboration. Archaeometry, Vol 49,2.373-382.