It took us while, but finally we have it – CONDITION.2015 proceedings are available online!
31 articles written by 62 authors on 172 pages concerning topics of conservation, especially objects of organic origin (wood, rope, leather) and objects made of different metals, as well as digitization including use of digital technology, in documentation, research and dissemination.
We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the release of this publication, especially the authors and the publishing house. Very special thanks go to Katarzyna for her commitment and persistence which made it all happen.
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1. Nataliya Vasilyeva, Conservation of archaeological waterlogged wooden finds from the pile-dwelling site “Serteya II” (excavations of 2010)
2. András Morgós, Setsuo Imazu, Koji Ito, Sugar conservation of waterlogged archaeological finds in the last 30 years
3. Irena Jagielska, Conservation of wooden wrecks from the Baltic Sea
4. Inger Marie Egenberg, Code 04 “Tarry substances on historic ships – do we need a strategy to preserve its information potential?”
5. Monica Hovdan, Brynjar Sandvoll, Pal Thome, Conservation of a 17th century boat, Barcode 6, for exhibition
6. Diego Tamburini, Jeannette Jacqueline Łucejko, Francesca Modugno, Maria Perla Colombini, Hartmut Kutzke, Susan Braovac, Martin Mortensen, Gilles Chaumat, Francesca Gambineri, The ArCo Project – ageing study of treated composite archaeological waterlogged artefacts – preliminary results
7. Caitlin M. A. McQueen, Hartmut Kutzke, Susan Braovac, Metal ions in archaeological wood from the Oseberg find – a complex issue?
8. Susan Braovac, Diego Tamburini, Jeannette Łucejko, Hartmut Kutzke, Maria Perla Colombini, Chemical analysis of degraded wood by analytical pyrolysis-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry and infrared spectroscopy
9. Nataliya Sinitsyna, Lena Sinitsyna, The experiment of cleaning and conservation of archaeological textile in the field and in the laboratory
10. Dawid Grupa, Conservation and re-conservation of leather archaeological objects
11. Paweł Kucypera, Ryszard Kaźmierczak, Archaeometric methods for the analysis of historical objects made of metal complementary to the course of conservation work
12. Beata Miazga, Magdalena Konczewska, Various raw materials and large amounts of artefacts from New Market Square (Wrocław, Poland). A great challenge for the Minimal Intervention Laboratory
13. Małgorzata Grupa, Evidence excavated from the ground – conservation problems concerning the archaeological objects excavated in the trenches of death of Polish officers murdered by NKVD in 1940 – Katyń Massacre
14. Yvonne Fors, Biochemical fingerprints in marine-archaeological wood – an overview of a research project
15. Jeannette Jacqueline Łucejko, Diego Tamburini, Magdalena Zborowska, Jozef Kúdela, Włodzimierz Prądzyński, Francesca Modugno, Maria Perla Colombini, Waterlogged archaeological wood from Biskupin site: multi-analytical approach for decay diagnosis
16. Magdalena Komorowicz, Hanna Wróblewska, Andrzej Fojutowski, Andrzej Noskowiak, Iwona Pomian, Research on physical and chemical properties of waterlogged wood
17. Hartmut Kutzke, Emily McHale, Caitlin McQueen, Mikkel Christensen, Tore Benneche Learning from Nature – on the way to new materials for conservation of archaeological wood
18. Emily McHale, Tore Benneche, Hartmut Kutze, Mikkel Christensen, Susan Braovac, Bio-inspired materials for the preservation of archaeological wood: Lignin
19. Mariusz Fejfer, Iga Pietrzak, Magdalena Zborowska, Dimensional stabilization of oak and pine waterlogged wood with keratin aqueous solutions
20. Marcin Kłos, Digitizing a cargo ship – an in-house project of documenting the steam ship “Sołdek”
21. Amandine Colson, Julien Guery, Maximiliano Ditta, “Bremen Cog” – long term monitoring of deformation processes
22. Magne Samdal, Use of photogrammetry at archaeological excavations in Norway
23. Mariusz Wiśniewski, Large scale modeling in a day-to-day practice of a Heritage Inspector
24. Philipp Schmidt-Reimann, Thomas Reuter, Conservation and 3D-documentation of waterlogged wood from medieval mining
25. Marcin Kulesza, Mateusz Gzowski, Witold Hazuka, Artur Karczewski, Jan Młynarczyk, Ewa Grymel-Kulesza, Making a digital inventory of a historic folk boat team from the collections of the National Maritime Museum
26. Mikołaj Machowski, Use of file metadata in dissemination of digital assets
27. Weronika Grochowska, Recording and online dissemination of objects consisting of many items
28. Cezary Żrodowski, Application of Survey Simulator for Museums
29. Steinar Kristensen, Coins found in medieval churches – the challenge of digitizing and the (re)use of data
30. Mieko Matsumoto, Espen Uleberg, Digitizing archaeology in Norway
31. Julia M. Chyla, Possibilities of conservation and reconstruction of archaeological sites through digitalization