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Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology V: Volume 462. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129285
  • Book
  • October 1997
  • 427 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This book presents cutting-edge multidisciplinary work on the characterization of ancient materials; the technologies of selection, production and usage by which materials are transformed into objects and artifacts; the science underlying their deterioration, preservation and conservation; and sociocultural interpretation derived from an empirical methodology of observation, measurement and experimentation. Of particular interest are contributions which explore the interface and overlap among traditional materials science, the history of technology and the archaeological and conservation sciences, or that investigate new methods and applications of materials science in art and archaeology. Topics include: analytical chemistry and spectroscopy; ancient and historical metallurgy; natural and artificial glass; characterization, sources and production of ceramics; organic materials technologies; architectural conservation and materials characterization; conservation of archaeological and historical materials; and other studies of ceramics and metals.
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James R. Druzik
John F. Merkel
John Stewart
Pamela B. Vandiver Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.
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