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  1. Plain pottery excavated from the Tang Dynasty tomb of Liu Jing was taken as the research object. The color, chemical composition, microstructure, and phase were tested to investigate the influencing factors of...

    Authors: Biao Zhang, Hang Wang, Xuanliang He, Jianfeng Zhu, Hongjie Luo, Daiyun Liu, Fen Wang, Xichen Zhao, Guiqiang Fei and Pei Shi
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:61
  2. In India, kolam, commonly referred to as rangoli, is a traditional style of art. It involves using rice flour, chalk, or coloured powders to create elaborate patterns and motifs on the ground. Kolam is a commo...

    Authors: A. Sasithradevi, Sabarinathan, S. Shoba, S. Mohamed Mansoor Roomi and P. Prakash
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:60
  3. The impacts of climate change on heritage collections in Mediterranean museums are serious and lead to accelerated material degradation, loss of value, increasing conservation costs and climatisation. Climate ...

    Authors: Abdelrazek Elnaggar, Mahmoud Said, Ida Kraševec, Aly Said, Josep Grau-Bove and Hosam Moubarak
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:59
  4. To address the fuzzy segmentation boundaries, missing details, small target losses and low efficiency of traditional segmentation methods in ancient mural image segmentation scenarios, this paper proposes a mu...

    Authors: Jianfang Cao, Zhen Cao, Zhiqiang Chen, Fang Wang, Xianhui Wang and Zhuolin Yang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:58
  5. The significant imbalances between human settlements and their surrounding environments, stemming from sector-specific policies and urban regional planning tools, constitute a primary factor in the resilience ...

    Authors: Francisco M. Hidalgo-Sánchez, Rebeca Merino-del-Río, Emilio J. Mascort-Albea, Ignacio Ruiz-Moreno, Mercedes Linares-GómezDelPulgar and Antonio Tejedor-Cabrera
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:56

    The Correction to this article has been published in Heritage Science 2024 12:113

  6. Understanding the crop management practices of millet agriculture is pivotal for comprehending the development of Chinese civilization. Recent studies have indicated that organic manuring plays a crucial role ...

    Authors: Huiyong Ouyang, Xue Shang, Yaowu Hu, Zhizhen Feng, Junchi Liu and Xiaoqiang Li
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:55
  7. In the context of bio-deterioration of cultural heritage, the Lavandula angustifolia Mill. plant proves to be of interest for a green approach to the preservation of art manufacts on organic media. Supercritical ...

    Authors: B. Paolino, M. C. Sorrentino, J. Troisi, M. Delli Carri, P. Kiselev, R. Raimondo, E. Lahoz and S. Pacifico
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:53
  8. In this study, the in-situ non-invasive analysis of the conservation materials on the mural paintings in the Dahuting Han Dynasty Tomb was performed. The analytical process of non-invasive measurement for mura...

    Authors: Zhuo Wang, Yaopeng Yin, Zhongwei Shan, Qiang Cui, Wenyuan Zhang, Bolong Chai, Dandan Li, Zongren Yu and Bomin Su
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:51
  9. The monitoring of indoor air pollutants is an important part of the management of heritage collections. In this work, acetic acid, formic acid, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and NO2 were measured with passive sample...

    Authors: Ida Kraševec, Jernej Markelj, Abdelrazek Elnaggar and Irena Kralj Cigić
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:50
  10. The study presents the first use of predominance area diagrams (PADs) to determine oxidation–reduction conditions during reconstructing historical copper smelting processes. The smelting temperature and oxygen...

    Authors: Krzysztof Kupczak, Rafał Warchulski, Aleksandra Gawęda, Marta Ślęzak and Piotr Migas
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:49
  11. One of the foremost challenges facing analysis of historical textiles is that the gold standard technique—high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)—is inherently destructive. This is especially problematic...

    Authors: Caelin P. Celani, Ilaria Degano, Carolyn Chen, Olivia Jaeger, Amelia M. Speed, Karl S. Booksh and Jocelyn Alcantara-Garcia
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:48
  12. This study is the first systematic survey of a large corpus of zinc white (ZnO) artists’ materials. Zinc white is a white pigment developed within the wave of 19th-century technological developments in the pai...

    Authors: Nicoletta Palladino, Mathilde Occelli, Gilles Wallez, Yvan Coquinot, Quentin Lemasson, Laurent Pichon, Slavica Stankic, Victor Etgens and Johanna Salvant
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:47
  13. Over the past decade, a substantial body of research exploring soundscapes in religious historical buildings has emerged, yet a comprehensive summary of this work is lacking. This paper selects 74 typical stud...

    Authors: Dongxu Zhang, Yue Shan, Xinyi Chen and Zixia Wang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:45
  14. In the field of world heritage conservation, there has been broad consensus on carrying out heritage conservation research on the basis of spatial integration and interregional and international cooperation. H...

    Authors: Ying Sun, Yushun Wang, Lulu Liu, Zhiwei Wei, Jialiang Li and Xi Cheng
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:44
  15. Jade and greenstone objects have been held in high regard by many cultures stemming from their limited geological availability and their unique optical and mechanical properties. Jade and greenstone objects sy...

    Authors: Willow Knight, Faith Gantz, Matthew Carl, Marcus L. Young, Brigitte Kovacevich, Dawn Crawford, Elena Torok and Fran Baas
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:42
  16. The unprecedented success of image reconstruction approaches based on deep neural networks has revolutionised both the processing and the analysis paradigms in several applied disciplines. In the field of digi...

    Authors: Fabio Merizzi, Perrine Saillard, Oceane Acquier, Elena Morotti, Elena Loli Piccolomini, Luca Calatroni and Rosa Maria Dessì
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:41
  17. This study identifies the lead ores used to produce lead artifacts used by the Romans between the first and eighth centuries AD during the construction of the fort and then the town of Novae (N. Bulgaria). For...

    Authors: Janusz Recław, Paula Sierpień, Jakub Karasiński, George Kamenov, Wayne Powell, Beata Marciniak-Maliszewska and Maciej Kałaska
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:40
  18. The Altay Prefecture in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China, boasts an abundance source of rock art, with the Dunde Bulaq rock art complex holding paramount significance in the study of local culture. Thi...

    Authors: Fu Yihao, Chai Yue, Wang Jun, Liu Cheng, Zhang Xiaoyu, Li Lu, Zhuoya Baheti and Peng Jinye
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:38
  19. The landscape of traditional villages reflects specific geographical and cultural environments, with distinct regional cultural and living space characteristics. An exploration of the deep genetic core of trad...

    Authors: Keran Cao, Yuan Liu, Yuhan Cao, Jingwen Wang and Yonggang Tian
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:37
  20. The visual composition and human perception are found to relate to the reuse and tourism of heritage railways. Previous studies have used either environmental audits and on-site interviews that have limitation...

    Authors: Yingxue Wang, Shuoyi Wang, Yue Pan, Chunhua Li, Chunxu Chen and Jin Wang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:36
  21. In the architectural heritage field, a complete and in-depth knowledge of the assets is indispensable for any restoration and conservation strategy. In this context, the Historical Building Information Modelli...

    Authors: Francesca Giuliani, Francesca Gaglio, Massimiliano Martino and Anna De Falco
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:35
  22. The cleaning of aged silk fibers poses a common challenge in the conservation of textiles, since traditional cleaning techniques often yield unsatisfactory results or even harm objects. In this regard, cleanin...

    Authors: Nora Brockmann, Anne Sicken and Jörg Krüger
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:34
  23. Microorganisms possess the capability to impact virtually any form of cultural heritage, leading to contamination, degradation, and even combined degradation, where diverse microorganism communities facilitate...

    Authors: Jing Cao, Xin Liu, Juanli Wang, Hua Chen, Dan Liu, Jin Li and Bingjie Mai
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:33
  24. This study aims to promote the protection and inheritance of cultural heritage in private gardens in the Jiangnan area of China. By establishing a precise visual labeling system and accelerating the constructi...

    Authors: Chan Gao, Qingzhu Zhang, Zheyu Tan, Genfeng Zhao, Sen Gao, Eunyoung Kim and Tao Shen
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:31
  25. Font classification of oracle bone inscriptions serves as a crucial basis for determining the historical period to which they belong and holds significant importance in reconstructing significant historical ev...

    Authors: Jiang Yuan, Shanxiong Chen, Bofeng Mo, Yuqi Ma, Wenjun Zheng and Chongsheng Zhang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:30
  26. Variations in temperature and moisture content in the earthen plasters of the Maijishan Grottoes can readily lead to mural deterioration. This study investigates the influence of two different clay/sand ratios...

    Authors: Shanshan Yao, Zengfeng Yan, Bokai Xu, Wenbei Bi, Junjie Zhang, Hao Li, Junhui Qu and Songhao Zhang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:28
  27. Wooden Panel Paintings (WPPs) stand as invaluable cultural artefacts from the past. These works present an intriguing challenge in understanding their complex mechanical behaviour and ensuring their long-term ...

    Authors: Riparbelli Lorenzo, Mazzanti Paola, Helfer Thomas, Manfriani Chiara, Uzielli Luca, Castelli Ciro, Santacesaria Andrea, Ricciardi Luciano, Rossi Sandra, Gril Joseph and Fioravanti Marco
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:27
  28. The bronze doors of the Basilica of San Zeno in Verona, Italy, are a special case in art history research. They were made by several workshops during the twelfth century: stylistically, two to three workshops ...

    Authors: M. Mödlinger, J. Bontadi, M. Fellin, M. Fera, M. Negri, J. Utz and G. Ghiara
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:26
  29. Mechanical properties—modulus of elasticity and strain at break, water vapour sorption, and hygroscopic expansion of selected egg tempera and distemper paints were determined as a function of relative humidity...

    Authors: Katarzyna Poznańska, Aleksandra Hola, Roman Kozłowski, Marcin Strojecki and Łukasz Bratasz
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:25
  30. Archival boxes are used as a preventive measure to control the microenvironment in museums and archives storages. However, their efficiency in protecting valuable artefacts from fluctuations in relative humidi...

    Authors: Morana Novak, Josep Grau-Bove, Caroline De Stefani, Caroline Checkley-Scott, Ida Kraševec, Irena Kralj Cigić and Abdelrazek Elnaggar
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:24
  31. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition may affect the biodeterioration process of stone monuments through direct and indirect pathways, but relevant studies are lacking. Therefore, taking the biologically colonized r...

    Authors: Xuli Chen, Huixing Song, Bo Sun and Tianyu Yang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:23
  32. This research provides new insights into the composition of zinc white paints used by Piet Mondrian during his neoplastic period. Nine paintings, dated between 1921 and 1935, were studied, with a focus on thre...

    Authors: Inez Dorothé van der Werf, Klaas Jan van den Berg, Muriel Geldof, Suzan de Groot, Markus Gross, Ruth Hoppe, Cathja Hürlimann, Laura Kolkena and Friederike Steckling
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:22
  33. Revealing the association between natural elements and “religion, culture, or art” through text mining of poetry provides a new perspective for in-depth interpretation of Associative Cultural Landscape. Taking...

    Authors: Jinghui Qiao, Xuesong Xi, Guangming Zhang and Shifan Liang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:21
  34. Galleries, libraries, archives, and museums are nowadays striving to implement innovative approaches to adequately use and distribute the wealth of knowledge found in cultural heritage. A range of technologies...

    Authors: Rocco Furferi, Luca Di Angelo, Marco Bertini, Paolo Mazzanti, Kevin De Vecchis and Marco Biffi
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:20
  35. The socialist built heritage (SBH) is a product of the great and typical socialist construction and is considered to be one of the unique contemporary legacies. However, due to political controversy and a shor...

    Authors: Xidong Ma, Yukun Zhang, Yan Li and Mengdi Zhang
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:19
  36. In 1688 two sculptural fragments, a head of bearded man and a head of an unbearded youth, arrived in Copenhagen, sent from Athens as a gift to King Christian 5. They were placed in the Royal Kunstkammer, their...

    Authors: Kaare Lund Rasmussen, Bodil Bundgaard Rasmussen, Thomas Delbey, Ilaria Bonaduce, Frank Kjeldsen and Vladimir Gorshkov
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:18
  37. The development of innovative solutions for the conservation and the protection of historic aircraft is a recent and important issue raised in the cultural heritage field and represents the goal of the PROCRAF...

    Authors: Carla Martini, Elena Bernardi, Cecilia Velino, Luca Lorenzetti, Andrea Balbo, Federica Zanotto, Magali Brunet, Luc Robbiola, Elodie Guilminot and Cristina Chiavari
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:16
  38. Many modern cultural object collections suffer from the problem of being obtained in unethical and illegal circumstances. Additionally, information about collections, including their status, object description...

    Authors: Adel Khelifi, Mark Altaweel, Mohammad Hashir, Tasoula Hadjitofi and Mohammad Ghazal
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:15
  39. Numerous natural dyes were used to dye mediaeval Islamic paper from the tenth to the nineteenth century, using a variety of techniques. The objective of this research is to develop an analytical method using h...

    Authors: Hassan Ebeid, Fabiana Di Gianvincenzo, Irena Kralj Cigić and Matija Strlič
    Citation: Heritage Science 2024 12:13

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