This book collects data on biological risks in hypogea’s, which is mainly based on shared experiences collected on Etruscan Tombs in Italy and on Ancient Tombs of the Baekje Dynasty in Republic of Korea. Based on these results, and on previous experiences in the field by further scholars, we give a contribution to preserve such fragile cultural heritage, suggesting preventive conservation activities, such as ecofriendly control technologies. This research work was supported by grants from the Italian Ministry Affairs and International Cooperation Program “Research of conservation environment and eco-friendly damage control of cultural heritage Korea and Italy” (PGR06686) and by the International Research & Development Program of the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) funded by the Ministry of Science and ICT (2019K1A3A1A25000303). These results have been presented in workshop, which was held in Tarquinia (12 November 2021) at the ending of the joint project.
BIOLOGICAL RISK FOR HYPOGEA
Shared data among Italy and Republic of Korea
A cura di/ edited by Giulia Caneva, Yong Jae Chung
Pagine/pagese 136. Formato/Dim. cm. 16,8 x 24. Brossura con bandelle/paperback. Stampa a colori/illustrated in colour
TESTO IN INGLESE/ENGLISH TEXT
The editors of this book:
Giulia Caneva Full Professor of Environmental and Applied Botany at the Departmentof Science, Roma Tre University. Her research activity is mainly focussed on the Mediterranean vegetation and plant biology applied to the conservation and enhancement of works of art. She has been involved in many national and international projects of cultural heritage conservation receiving several awards.
Yong Jae Chung Professor of Department of Heritage Conservation & Restoration, National University of Cultural Heritage in Korea. His research activity is mainly focused on the control techniques of biological damage, conservation environment of mural paintings within tomb and characteristics investigation of the traditional organic materials. He is conducting cooperating research and international education activities for the conservation of Western and Asian cultural heritage.
Biological Risks for Hypogeal Tombs: a Review from International Literature and New Contributions
(Caneva Giulia, Chung Yong Jae)
Microorganism Distribution and Preservation Status of Mural Paintings in the Goguryeo Tombs in North Korea
(Chung Yong Jae)
Protection and Conservation of the Etruscan Painted Tombs of Tarquinia (Unesco Heritage Site): Previous Experience, Current Necessities and Future Expectations
(Maras Daniele Federico, Cecchini Adele)
Manufacturing Technology and Material Characteristic of Tomb Murals in Korea (Lee Hwa soo)
Scrutiny Recording System For Monitoring The Conservation Status Of Tomb Mural
(Yu Yeong Gyeong, Lee Hwa soo)
Preliminary in Vitro Antimicrobial Activity Trials on Selected Microorganisms Threatening the Ancient Tomb No. 1 In Neungsan-Ri, Buyeo (Republic Of Korea)
(Lee Hyun Ju, Chung Yong Jae)
Research on Microclimate Characteristics and Microbial Diversity of Gyeongju Seokbinggo in South Korea
(Park Ji Hee , Lim Bo A, Kim Young Hee, Jeong So Young)
Comparative Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of Green Biocides on Infected Substrata Reproducing Original Materials of Italian Tombs
(Bartoli Flavia, Isola Daniela, Casanova Municchia Annalaura, Caneva Giulia)
Interference Tests of Green Biocides on Mural Painting from Hypogean Monument
(Casanova Municchia Annalaura, Bartoli Flavia, Isola Daniela, Caneva Giulia)
Roots Damages in Etruscan Tombs and Biomolecular Tools for Their Identification
(Isola Daniela, Bartoli Flavia, Langone Simone, Zucconi Laura, Ceschin Simona, Caneva Giulia)
Microbial Recolonization of the Mural Paintings after Restoration in the Etruscan Tomba degli Scudi in Tarquinia
(Cirigliano Angela, Tomassetti Maria Cristina, de Kruif N. Fiona, Cavallo Ilaria Francesca, Maras Daniele Federico, Mura Francesco, Rinaldi Teresa)
Biological Colonization of Roman Catacombs and Other Confined Stone Monuments: Characterization and Control Methods
Bruno Laura (Only as oral contribution, and not included in the text)
Black Fungi in Etruscan Tombs of Tarquinia: New Findings from Different Tombs
Zucconi Laura, Isola Daniela, Bartoli Flavia, Caneva Giulia)
Art and Restoration / Papers
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offers monographs, essays, studies, researches, insights into the fundamental themes of conservation and restoration of cultural heritage in Italy and in the world. For decades it has been the main editorial series in the sector and today it aims to represent the highest level of historical and scientific debate and comparison on theories and restoration techniques. The papers area intends to propose, with the same broad vision and the same approach, documents, regulations and scientific contributions concerning the study and research on the history of restoration and conservation, materials, experiments, executive techniques, presence and enhancement in the territory of significant works also through the contribution of historical and documentary information, as well as presenting issues related to their protection and conservation, welcoming international contributions of a multidisciplinary nature.
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