Department of Conservation of Wall Painting

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Pigments Engineering & Materials Science
Water content Engineering & Materials Science
Porosity Engineering & Materials Science
Derivatives Engineering & Materials Science
Imaging techniques Engineering & Materials Science
Chemical analysis Engineering & Materials Science
Water Engineering & Materials Science
Cultural Identity Arts & Humanities

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Research Output 1985 2017

Optical and theoretical investigation of Indian yellow

Martin de Fonjaudran, C., Acocella, A., Accorsi, G., Tamburini, D., Verri, G., Rava, A., Whittaker, S., Zerbetto, F. & Saunders, D. May 2017 In : Dyes and Pigments. 144, p. 234–241

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Imaging techniques
Chemical analysis

'Performance of grouts with reduced water content: the importance of porosity and related properties'

Pasian, C., Secco, M., Piqué , F., Rickerby , S., Artioli, G. & Cather, S. Oct 10 2016 Plastering the Prehistory: Marl as a unique material to cover, maintain and decorate the Neolithic walls of Catalhöyük. I., P., M., S. & V., P. (eds.). Laboratory of Building Materials Department of Civil Engineering Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Research output: ResearchConference contribution

Water content
Reducing agents
Water absorption

'The decoration of the Cathedral and Priory in the Middle Ages’

Park, D. 2015 Durham Cathedral: History, Fabric and Culture. Brown, D. (ed.). New Haven and London, p. 167-85

Research output: ResearchChapter