sexta-feira, 14 de dezembro de 2007

Conservação e investigação científica de obras antigas em metal

Ontem ficou ontem integralmente disponível online o livro seguinte:

David A. Scott; Jerry Podany; Brian B. Considine (ed.), Ancient & Historic Metals. Conservation and Scientific Research, Los Angeles, The Getty Conservation Institute, 1994.

Está aqui.


  • Maurizio Marabelli, The Monument of Marcus Aurelius: Research and Conservation, p. 1
  • Paola Fiorentino, Restoration of the Monument of Marcus Aurelius: Facts and Comments, p. 21
  • François Schweizer, Bronze Objects from Lake Sites: From Patina to "Biography", p. 33
  • Janet L. Schrenk, The Royal Art of Benin: Surfaces, Past and Present, p. 51
  • Jane Bassett, W. T. Chase, Considerations in the Cleaning of Ancient Chinese Bronze Vessels, p. 63
  • Stephen D. Bonadies, Tomography of Ancient Bronzes, p. 75
  • W. T. Chase, Chinese Bronzes: Casting, Finishing, Patination, and Corrosion, p. 85
  • Andrew Lins, Tracy Power, The Corrosion of Bronze Monuments in Polluted Urban Sites: A Report on the Stability of Copper Mineral Species at Different pH Levels, p. 119
  • Jack Ogden, The Technology of Medieval Jewelry, p. 153
  • Andrew Oddy, Gold Foil, Strip, and Wire in the Iron Age of Southern Africa, p. 183
  • Frank G. Matero, Conservation of Architectural Metalwork: Historical Approaches to the Surface Treatment of Iron, p. 197
  • Martin Chapman, Techniques of Mercury Gilding in the Eighteenth Century, p. 229
  • Knud Holm, Production and Restoration of Nineteenth-century Zinc Sculpture in Denmark, p. 239
  • Suzanne Keene, Real-time Survival Rates for Treatments of Archaeological, p. 249
  • Ian Donald Macleod, Conservation of Corroded Metals: A Study of Ships' Fastenings from the Wreck of HMS Sirius (1790), p. 265
  • Carol A. Grissom, The Conservation of Outdoor Zinc Sculpture, p. 279