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JPICH International Workshop on Funded Research Projects 2018

SAVE THE DATE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS
BY THE JOINT PROGRAMMING INITIATIVE ON CULTURAL HERITAGE
28 – 29 MAY 2018

Fondazione Centro per la Conservazione ed il Restauro dei Beni Culturali "La Venaria Reale"
Via XX Settembre 18, 10078 Venaria Reale (TO), Italy

The Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage organizes this event with the aim of exploiting and promoting future perspective for the Projects granted through the JPI CH two joint calls.
This International Workshop intends to provide fresh impetus to the research applied to Cultural Heritage, by diffusing and foreseeing impact of most recent results achieved in the frame of the Joint Programming Initiative Cultural Heritage.

More details here.

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Do knihovny ÚTAM přibyla nová publikace

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Do knihovny ÚTAM přibyla nová publikace s názvem "Ceramic Petrography: The Interpretation of Archaeological Pottery & Related Artefacts in Thin Section", jejímž autorem je Patrick Sean Quinn.

Vydání: ilustrované vydání ISBN: 1905739591, 9781905739592
Vydavatel: Archaeopress, 2013 Počet stran: 25

Anotace: Thin section ceramic petrography is a versatile interdisciplinary analytical tool for the characterization and interpretation of archaeological pottery and related artefacts, including ceramic building materials, refractories and plaster. Using over 200 colour photomicrographs of thin sections from a diverse range of artefacts, archaeological periods and geographic regions, this book illustrates the spectrum of compositional and microstructural phenomena that occur within ancient ceramics under the micro-scope and provides comprehensive guidelines for their study within archaeology. The book is structured according to the main steps involved in the analysis and interpretation of archaeological ceramic thin sections, including classification, characterization, the determination of provenance and the reconstruction of manufacturing technology. It can be used as a reference manual for microscope research as well as a course book for specialist training on thin section petrography and archaeological ceramic analysis. [See also Interpreting Silent Artefacts: Petrographic Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics (2010) edited by Patrick Sean Quinn.

Grantové soutěže jaro 2017

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Zde najdete přehled aktuálních grantových výzev na jaro 2017.