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  1. Paper degradation menaces the useful lifetime of books, manuscripts, and works on paper during storage, circulation, and display in libraries, archives, and museums. Severe damages such as embrittlement, decay...

    Authors: Edyta Małachowska, Marcin Dubowik, Piotr Boruszewski and Piotr Przybysz

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:132

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  2. Carmen Herrera, born on May 30th, 1915, is a Cuban American abstract minimalist artist, whose first solo show was held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, in 2016–2017. On this occasion, a scienti...

    Authors: Federica Pozzi, Elena Basso, Silvia A. Centeno, Isabelle Duvernois and Julie Arslanoglu

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:131

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  3. Built in Kaitai 9 years after the beginning of the Liao Dynasty (1020 A.D.), the Daxiong Hall of Fengguo Temple (Yixian County, Liaoning Province) is one of China’s largest existing ancient single-eave wooden ...

    Authors: Cheng Liu, Yuan He, Qian Li and Fei Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:127

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  4. With the rapid development of interactive technologies using projection mapping (PJM), these digital technologies have introduced new interpretative possibilities for the presentation of cultural heritage site...

    Authors: Hengyi Li and Hiromu Ito

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:126

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  5. Iron gall Inks corrosion causes paper degradation (browning, embrittlement) and treatments were developed to tackle this issue. They often include resizing with gelatin to reinforce the paper and its cellulosi...

    Authors: Alice Gimat, Anne Michelin, Pascale Massiani and Véronique Rouchon

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:125

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  6. The Central Plains has a long history, rich culture, unique geographical advantages, and profound cultural heritage. The occurrence of ancient cities in the Central Plains marks the formation of Chinese state-...

    Authors: Lijie Yan, Ruixia Yang, Peng Lu, Fei Teng, Xia Wang, Li Zhang, Panpan Chen, Xiang Li, Lanbo Guo and Dong Zhao

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:124

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  7. Paper cultural relics such as double-sided printed newspapers and periodicals represent modern cultural heritage. Severe damage such as embrittlement, decay, and dreg generally occur to paper; hence, it urgent...

    Authors: Jiaojiao Liu, Huiping Xing, Juanli Wang, Jing Cao, Xiaolian Chao, Zhihui Jia and Yuhu Li

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:123

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  8. Most heritage buildings and monuments are constructed out of natural stones which suffer irrevocable degradation when undergoing wet weathering, bowing, and dissolution in outdoor conditions. Self-cleaning tre...

    Authors: Zaixin Xie, Zhuoqi Duan, Zhanqiang Zhao, Ruheng Li, Bao Zhou, Dequan Yang and Yongmao Hu

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:122

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  9. Revealing the evolutionary history of the relationship between humans and Earth will help us understand the spatial and temporal distribution of ancient cultural sites (referred to as ancient sites). This rese...

    Authors: Litao Zhu, Zhengwei Li, Huimin Su and Xing Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:121

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  10. A scrapbook compiled between 1660 and 1687 by Gesina ter Borch (1631–1690), a female artist from the small town of Zwolle in the Netherlands, contains an intriguing painting on paper of a full-length portrait ...

    Authors: Amélie Couvrat Desvergnes, Leila Sauvage, Jan de Hond, Paolo D’Imporzano and Matthias Alfeld

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:119

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  11. Silo-cave is a unique human habitation form on the Loess Plateau in northern China, which consists of an excavated 6–7 m deep pit as the courtyard and cave dwellings in the surrounding four walls. This archite...

    Authors: Li Zhang, Peng Lu, Raymond Lau, Lijie Yan, Xiang Li, Ruixia Yang, Ho Hon Leung, Panpan Chen and Xia Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:118

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  12. For conservation and restoration purposes, the precious historical rubbings preserved in Wuyuan Museum were studied by multi-analytical techniques including 14C radiocarbon dating, scanning electron microscopy (S...

    Authors: Na Yao, Xiangsheng Zhan, Qinglin Ma and Shuya Wei

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:116

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  13. Scientific analysis revealed the materials and techniques used in the process of making polychrome sculptures providing a solid foundation for the protection and restoration of the painted statues. In addition...

    Authors: Yongdong Tong, Youzhen Cai, Xuening Wang, Zhimin Li, Austin Nevin and Qinglin Ma

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:117

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  14. China has a deep traditional culture and a long history, and is rich in traditional settlements (designated as “Famous Historic-Cultural Villages/Towns”, “Chinese Traditional Villages” by Chinese Government). ...

    Authors: Zui Hu, Josef Strobl, Qingwen Min, Min Tan and Fulong Chen

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:115

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Heritage Science 2021 9:128

  15. The dolmen of Guadalperal (Spain) became well known in 2019 when the waters of the reservoir in which it had long been submerged became so depleted as to leave it above water and highly visible. This gave rise...

    Authors: Enrique Cerrillo-Cuenca, José Juan de Sanjosé Blasco, Primitiva Bueno-Ramírez, Juan Antonio Pérez-Álvarez, Rodrigo de Balbín Behrmann and Manuel Sánchez-Fernández

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:114

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  16. Using data from simulated and actual case studies, this paper assesses the accuracy and precision of Bayesian estimates for the constructional date of medieval masonry buildings, generated from the radiocarbon...

    Authors: Mark Thacker

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:113

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  17. The viability of fiber optics reflectance spectroscopy (FORS) for the differentiation of red chalk drawing media was investigated, focusing on the group of drawings from the workshop of Giovanni Battista Piran...

    Authors: Maria Krämer, Ute Henniges, Irene Brückle, Laura Lenfant and Kirsten Drüppel

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:112

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  18. Lightning strike is one of the natural disasters to the roof components of ancient buildings. To investigate the causes and damage effects of lightning strikes on the roofing glazed tiles of ancient buildings,...

    Authors: Jingxiao Li, Zhiling Fang, Lin Fu, Shangchen Fu, Lihua Shi, Yun Li and Peidong Huo

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:110

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  19. Several well-preserved polychrome lacquered coffins were found in Zhang Dong family’s tombs in Shaanxi, China, rare in the history of archaeological excavation. In the lacquered coffins, a large amount of dark...

    Authors: Lang Guo, Yaxu Zhang, Liqin Wang, Xing Zhao, Fuwei Yang, Meiman Peng, Jinyi Guo, Kun Li and Xiaomeng Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:109

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  20. Asbads (Persian windmills) present a multifaceted view of using heritage science. These mills are no longer in use due to advances in technology and the advent of new grinding systems. Windmills show perfect h...

    Authors: Mahsa Zarrabi and Nima Valibeig

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:108

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  21. Commonly exhibited in museum galleries, animal mummies have been the focus of interest of both visitors and researchers alike. The study of these animal remains not only provides new insights into embalming te...

    Authors: Diego Tamburini, Joanne Dyer, Marie Vandenbeusch, Matilde Borla, Debora Angelici, Maurizio Aceto, Cinzia Oliva, Federica Facchetti, Sara Aicardi, Patrizia Davit and Monica Gulmini

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:106

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  22. We present reflectance transformation imaging (RTI) as a documentation tool for visualizing and recording the treatment of coins. RTI—a computational photograph technique that calculates light positions—allows...

    Authors: Jihyun Min, Sanghoon Jeong, Kangwoo Park, Yeonghwan Choi, Daewon Lee, Jaehong Ahn, Donghwan Har and Sangdoo Ahn

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:105

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  23. The effect of relative humidity (RH) and light on the development of epsomite (MgSO4·7H2O) in Winsor & Newton cadmium yellow (CY) and French ultramarine (FU) artists’ oil colour paints was investigated. Tube pain...

    Authors: Jessie Harrison, Judith Lee, Bronwyn Ormsby and David J. Payne

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:107

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  24. Having extremely high artistic, scientific and social values, earthen sites are widely distributed in China and are important human cultural relic resources. Due to accumulated natural erosions (from rain and ...

    Authors: Yumin Du, Wenwu Chen, Kai Cui, Wenqiang Dong, Shuai Zhang and Qiyong Zhang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:103

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  25. Jacques-Louis David’s (1748–1825) iconic portrait of Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743–1794) and Marie-Anne Lavoisier (Marie-Anne Pierrette Paulze, 1758–1836) has come to epitomize a modern couple born of the Enlig...

    Authors: Silvia A. Centeno, Dorothy Mahon, Federico Carò and David Pullins

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:84

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  26. Space technology offers effective tools to monitor the status of World Natural Heritage sites. East Rennell Island, which covers approximately 37,000 hectares (ha) and a marine area extending three nautical mi...

    Authors: Sijia Huo, Mengmeng Wang, Guolong Chen, Huiqin Shu and Ruixia Yang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:101

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  27. Paintings and painted surfaces are considered to be extremely complex due to their multitude of materials and thus form the basis for particularly intricate Cultural Heritage studies. The combination of Scanni...

    Authors: E. Palamara, P. P. Das, S. Nicolopoulos, L. Tormo Cifuentes, E. Kouloumpi, A. Terlixi and N. Zacharias

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:100

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  28. Earthen cultural ruins and their subsurface environments act as carriers or support for aboveground cultural heritage artefacts, and groundwater has been identified as the most important factor accelerating th...

    Authors: Jing Cao, Bingjie Mai, Hua Chen, Yuhu Li and Juanli Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:99

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  29. Thirteen Zhou Dynasty bronze vessels and two slags from Zongyang County along the north bank of the Yangtze River in Anhui were analyzed by LA-MC-ICP-MS and EDXRF. The results of lead isotope analysis showed t...

    Authors: Yanjie Wang, Guofeng Wei, Qiang Li, Xiaoping Zheng and Danchun Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:97

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  30. Korean hand papermaking is a renowned cultural tradition in the Korean peninsula. It is still practiced while scientific analysis of paper itself from a large data set is rare. In this study, a set of more tha...

    Authors: Bin Han, Léon-Bavi Vilmont, Hyoung-Jin Kim, Bertrand Lavédrine, Shouji Sakamoto and Michel Sablier

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:96

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  31. The Isabel II dam is a monumental hydraulic structure built in the middle of the nineteenth century in Spain. In this study, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) photogrammetry was used as a data acquisition techniqu...

    Authors: Patricio Martínez-Carricondo, Fernando Carvajal-Ramírez, Lourdes Yero-Paneque and Francisco Agüera-Vega

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:95

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  32. Many wooden Chinese historic buildings are destroyed due to the ravages of frequent fire disasters. The fire risk of historic buildings are highly enlarged since a long-time weathered wooden structures in the ...

    Authors: Wei Ke, Wanyu Yang, Biao Zhou, Kai Wang, Jiazhi Sun, Xukun Sun, Min Xu, Qingqing Chen, Bo Qiu, Wei Wang and Xuan Wang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:93

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  33. This article uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyze textual sources from nomadic civilization. Linguistic analysis has been increasingly used due to the emergence of a huge array of autochthonous and au...

    Authors: Akmaral Ibrayeva, Assemgul Temirkhanova, Zaure Kartova, Tlegen Sadykov, Nurbolat Abuov and Anatoliy Pleshakov

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:90

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  34. An ancient table zither qin, an emblematic stringed instrument of traditional Chinese music, has been rediscovered in the museum collection of the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (inv.4224, CNAM collec...

    Authors: Marie-Gabrielle Durier, Alexandre Girard-Muscagorry, Christine Hatté, Tiphaine Fabris, Cyrille Foasso, Witold Nowik and Stéphane Vaiedelich

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:89

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  35. A multianalytical approach was used to characterize the materials in the “Vienna Moamin”, an outstanding richly illustrated manuscript from the late thirteenth century, which was made in Italy and is now kept ...

    Authors: Wilfried Vetter, Bernadette Frühmann, Federica Cappa and Manfred Schreiner

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:87

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  36. The joint development of cultural heritage protection and tourism is an essential part of sustainable heritage tourism. Mount Lushan in China is such a site which in the past has had shortcomings in heritage p...

    Authors: Cai Zhenrao, Fang Chaoyang, Zhang Qian and Chen Fulong

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:86

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  37. Natural yellow plant dyes and traditional medicines were used widely on historical papers in ancient China for religious reasons and conservation considerations. This study aims to evaluate some traditional ye...

    Authors: Yanbing Luo and Xiujuan Zhang

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:85

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  38. Decoration with feathers is a universal phenomenon in human history. Objects decorated with feathers were regarded as fine artworks and hence were enormously prized. In ancient China, dotting a surface with bl...

    Authors: An Gu, Na Wang, Yan-ju Kong, Jia-yu Hou, Gen Li and Yong Lei

    Citation: Heritage Science 2021 9:82

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