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From: Eye-tracking support for architects, conservators, and museologists. Anastylosis as pretext for research and discussion

Fig. 1

The diagram presents the idea of different methods of anastylosis. (author). A Reassembly done in a way that makes it impossible to visually differentiate between new and old parts. B, C Reassemblies in which the new parts have been marked with a different colour, but made to resemble the old parts in terms of texture. D Anastylosis in which the added parts are simplified in form, but made from the same material as the old parts. E Anastylosis in which the new parts are of the same colour as the old parts but differ in texture. F Old parts have been placed in their proper positions by means of a frame, but no new parts are added

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