sexta-feira, 2 de janeiro de 2009

Estudos com vista à salvaguarda do património Cultural

O livro

Vasilike Argyropoulos; Anno Hein; Mohammed Abdel-Harith (ed.), Strategies for Saving Our Cultural Heritage, Athens, TEI of Athens, 2007

está livremente disponível aqui. Contém as comunicações apresentadas à International Conference on Strategies for Saving Indoor Metallic Collections with a Satellite Meeting on Legal Issues in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, que decorreu no Cairo entre 25 de Fevereiro e 1 de Março de 2007.


  • G. M. Ingo, G. Padeletti, T. de Caro, C. Riccucci, G. Guida, E. Angelini, S. Grassini, Microchemical investigation of ancient silver and gold plated objects: Coating techniques and degradation mechanisms, pp. 9-13
  • V. K. Gouda, Z. M. El-Baradie, M. Eldamaty, Survey of Precious Metal Production in Ancient Egypt, pp. 15-22
  • O. Abdel-Kareem, Z. Al Saad, Conservation strategy of metal embroidery threads in textile objects in Museum of Jordanian Heritage, pp. 23-30
  • C. Degrigny, D. Vella, S. Golfomitsou, J. Crawford, Characterisation of corrosion product layers on atmospherically corroded historic ferrous objects: Application to the armour of the Palace Armoury, Valletta, Malta, pp. 31-39
  • M. Lage, A. Bautista, J. C. Suárez, J. Espona, F. Velasco, X-ray investigation of Goya's engraving plates: Identification of conservation state and engraving techniques, pp. 40-45
  • S. Chlouveraki, K. Melessanaki, D. Anglos, LIBS as an identification and documentation tool in the conservation process: applications at the W. D. E. Coulson Conservation Laboratory, INSTAP-SCEC, pp. 46-52
  • P. Mottner, Early Warning Dosimeters for Monitoring Indoor Museum Climate: Environmental Inpact Sensors and LightCheckTM, pp. 53-57
  • J. Novakovic, P. Vassiliou, Corrosion of Silver Alloy Artefacts in Soil, pp. 58-63
  • D. Knotkova, K. Kreislova, B. Kreibichova, I. Kudlacek, Indoor corrosivity in the National Museum Depositary, Prague, the Czech Republic, pp. 64-71
  • Elhassan, G. Cristoforetti, S. Legnaioli, V. Palleschi, A. Salvetti, E. Tognoni, G. M. Ingo, M. A. Harith, LIBS calibration curves and determination of limits of detection (LOD) in single and double pulse configuration for quantitative LIBS analysis of bronzes, pp. 72-77
  • R. Fantoni, L. Caneve, F. Colao, L. Fornarini, V. Lazic, V. Spizzichino, Determination of composition of quarternary bronzes allouys (Cu, Sn, Zn Pb) by means of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy, pp. 78-84
  • J. Crawford, C. Degrigny, Q. Glorieux, P. Bugeja, D. Vella, A standardised remote monitoring photographiccapture system (RMPCS) for in-situ documentation of corrosion protection system tests, pp. 85-92
  • V. Kantarelou, A. G. Karydas, Ch. Zarkadas, M. Giannoulaki, V. Argyropoulos, Micro-XRF Analysis of High Tin Bronze Mirrors at the museum of Ancient Messene in Greece, pp. 93-99
  • S. Legnaioli, G. Cristoforetti, V. Palleschi, A. Salvetti, E. Tognoni, In situ LIBS and XRF analysis of the Porticello bronze statues at National Museum of Magna Grecia in Reggio Calabria, pp. 100-104
  • J. J. Laserna, L. M. Cabalín, F. J. Fortes, LIBS as an advanced tool in the chronocultural study of archaeometallurgical objects, pp. 105-109
  • Bautista, M. Lage, F. Velasco, Electrochemical Study of the Corrosion Behaviour of Electroplated Copper Plates, pp. 110-114
  • Siatou, V. Argyropoulos, D. Charalambous, K. Polikreti, A. Kaminari, Testing new coating systems for the protection of metal collections in uncontrolled museum environment, pp. 115-120
  • E. Cano, D. M. Bastidas, V. Argyropoulos, A. Siatou, Electrochemical techniques as a tool for testing the efficiency of protection systems for historical steel objects, pp. 121-126
  • S. Grassini, E. Angelini, R. d'Agostino, F. Palumbo, G. M. Ingo, Advanced plasma treatment for cleaning and protecting precious metal artefacts, pp. 127-131
  • P. Vassiliou, J. Novacovic, K. Samara, Copper alloys and silver artefacts protection by coatings with nano-alumina pigments, pp. 132-137
  • N. Hajjaji, F. Z. El Harrif, C. Kaouane, A. Srhiri, H. Taknouti, K. Rahmouni, Conservation problems and a new method of protection: The case of bronzes at the Archaeological Museum of Rabat, Morocco, pp. 138-142
  • Dermaj, D. Chebabe, H. Hammouch, M. Goursa, N. Hajjaji, A. Srhiri, Atmospheric corrosion inhibition of historical steel by FPTS formulation based of triazole-thione, pp. 143-148
  • H. Hammouch, A. Dermaj, M. Goursa, N. Hajjaji, A. Srhiri, New Corrosion Inhibitor Opuntia ficus indica Seed Extract for Bronze and Iron-Based Artefacts, pp. 149-155
  • S. Hollner, F. Mirambet, A. Texier, E. Rocca, J. Steinmetz, Development of new non-toxic corrosion inhibitors for cultural property made of iron and copper alloys, pp. 156-161
  • N. Haddad, A. Arafat, B. Sallam, Current Conservation Practices of Metallic Objects at Archaeological Sites in Jordan, pp. 162-165
  • V. Argyropoulos, M. Giannoulaki, G. P. Michalakakos, A. Siatou, A survey of the types of corrosion inhibitors and protective coatings used for the conservation of metal objects from museum collections in the Mediterranean basin, pp. 166-170
  • E. Drakaki, A. A. Serafetinides, I. Zargioti, C. Vlachou-Mogire, N. Boukos, Experimental study on the effect of wavelength and fluence in the laser cleaning of silvering in Late Roman coins, pp. 171-176
  • Z. Al-Saad, M. Bani-Hani, Corrosion behavior and preservation of Islamic Silver Alloy Coins, pp. 177-183
  • E. Angelini, S. Grassini, T. deCaro, G. M. Ingo, Survey of the Italian archaeological precious metal collections: Characterisation of the patina and study of the degradation phenomena, pp. 184-188
  • M. El Shaer, M. Mobasher, M. Wuttmann, Conservation of Corroded Copper Artefacts by Hydrogen Plasma Discharge, pp. 189-191
  • Alshami, N. Haddad, A. Arafat, The role of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan in preventing the illicit trade of cultural heritage, pp. 194-198
  • R. A. St. Hilaire, International antiquities trafficking: Theft by another name - Protecting archaeological sites abroad by prosecuting receivers, sellers, and smugglers of looted antiquities under United States domestic law, pp. 199-205
  • Lacoursière, J.-F. Talbot, Partnerships: A solution to the illicit trafficking of art (Conclusions of the Pilot Project 2004-2005, Sûreté du Québec), pp. 206-208
  • Czegledi, In search of our heritage, pp. 209-212
  • Canals, M. Pou, Traceability of Cultural Heritage Objects: The AICOA Model, pp. 213-216
  • W. Wei, J. Frohn, S. Sotiropoulou, M. Weber, Experience with a new non-contact fingerprinting method for the identification and protection of objects of cultural heritage against theft and illegal trafficking, pp. 217-222
  • S. Simon, Illicit Traffic: A Challenge for Conservation Science and Conservation, pp. 223-227
  • J. K. Hawley, The international illicit trade in cultural heritage: Can museum professionals help to stop it?, pp. 228-233
  • M. M. C. van Heese, Recent developments in the Netherlands after the conference Ilegal Trade Rotterdam 2004, pp. 234-237
  • S. Little, Global Village: Global legal visions for cultural heritage?, pp. 238-243
  • Z. Sakki, C. Karydis, C. Spiliopoulou, C. Maravelias, 'Knives Cost Lives': Ethical issues relating to the conservation of a group of weapons at the Museum of Criminology of the Medical School - University of Athens, pp. 244-250