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The cellulose–water system was traced down by the in situ transmission FTIR spectroscopy upon water desorption/sorption cycles at various conditions (dry air, humid air, water vapour) and temperatures. The results provide the information on the changes of the hydrogen bonds network during water...
Lustres are a kind of ceramics from the Mediterranean basin dating from Middle Age and Renaissance times that display astonishing colorimetric properties: their colour changes with respect to the direction under which they are observed. These properties are related with the structure containing...
This paper represents a contribution to the safeguard project of The ‘Villa del Casale’ near Piazza Armerina (3rd–early 4th century AD), among the most important examples of Sicilian mosaic art, glass materials used for the mosaics execution have been investigated by several techniques....
In order to render paper hydrophobic for ink and thus adequate for writing, gelatine has been largely used. To this day, it is still employed in conservation workshops as an adhesive or a sizing agent, for instance, during the treatment of iron gall ink manuscripts. Various types and...
In the framework of the EC PROMET project, the chemical composition and metallurgical features of a large number of archaeological artifacts were investigated by different analytical surface and bulk techniques, such as Optical Microscopy (OM), Scanning Electron Microscopy coupled with energy...
The manufacturing techniques, chemical composition and corrosion products grown on archaeological bronze shields found during the excavation of the Ayanis fortress (Lake Van region, Eastern Anatolia, Turkey) were studied by means of the combined use of scanning electron microscopy combined with...
The interaction of laser radiation with matter leads to the certain kinds of modelling of its surface or volume. These effects have been demonstrated for a lot of materials, even causing the formation of new scientific and industrial domain, which is undoubtedly laser material processing and as...
Terahertz time domain spectroscopic imaging (THz-TDSI) is a non-ionizing, non-contact and non-destructive measurement technique that has been recently utilized to study cultural heritage artifacts. We will present this technique and the results of non-contact measurements of papyrus texts,...
The cleaning of over-paint layers is a usual requirement to be met in the conservation of modern paintings. In most cases, acrylics or other related compounds must be removed without affecting the original painting. The elucidation of the extent of any photochemical or structural modification...
From the end of Chalcolithic times (end of the 4th millennium BC) up to the end of the Bronze Age (1st millenium BC), copper production increases dramatically in Western Europe. However, due to the scarcity of technology-related archaeological data, the technological background sustaining the...
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