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Table 3 number of bronze objects in each group using the Attribute-Value classification method (4 researchers and daily use), * not used in the PCA analysis

From: Rings or daggers, axes or fibulae have a different composition? A multivariate study on Central Italy bronzes from eneolithic to early iron age

builder gr.name how many obj. builder gr.name how many obj.
GGroup 1, eneolithic 2 USEgroup 1, sword 10
  2, antique bronze 21   2, needle 9
  3, middle bronze 14   3, spearhead 19
  4,middle-late bronze 7   4, rings 9
  5, late bronze 33   5, axe 27
  6, final bronze 22   6, ingots 6
  7, final bronze, 1^ Fe 19   7, nail 4
  8, 1^Fe 11   8, knife 10
* 9, VII-VI a.C. 5   9, sickle 1
GVgroup 1, ornaments 32   10, brooch 17
  2, sharpened 15   11, sheath 2
  3, axes 27   12, earring 1
  4, swords 12   13, arrowhead 4
  5, spearheads 18   14, razor 5
  6, ingots 6   15, spring wire 5
  7, sheaths 2 * 16, damascene Fe rich 5
  8, pointed, heavy 8 RRgroup 1, flat blades 28
  9, pointed, light 9   2, pointed, tip 14
* 10, damascene Fe rich 5   3, long blades 26
SHPgroup 1, pointed 59   4, cutting blades, knives 12
  2, sharp 64   5, wire or wirewound 41
  3, for foundry industry 6   6, fodero di spada 2
* 4, Fe rich objects 5   7, for foundry industry 6
    * 8, Fe rich objects 5