Monuments&Sites III - The polychromy of antique sculptures and the Terracotta Army of the FIrst Chinese Emperor

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Edited by
Wu Yongqi, Zhang Tinghao, Michael Petzet,
Erwin Emmerling and Catharina Blänsdorf.

2001

183 pages 20 Euros ICOMOS Member: 15 Euros


Contents

- Preface

- Michael Petzet, Introduction

- Yuan Zhongyi, The costume colours of Qin Terracotta Warriors

- Erwin Emmerling, Aims and results of the Chinese-German Project for the preservation of the Terracotta Army

- Zhang Zhijun, Review of the Conservation of the polychromy of the Terracotta Army

- Zhou TieNew developments in the conservation of the polychromy of the Terracotta Army

- Christoph Herm, Methods in organic archaeometry and their application to the Terracotta Army

- Ingo Rogner, New methods to characterise and to consolidate the polychrome Qi-Lacquer of the Terracotta Army

- Cristina Thieme, Paint layers and pigments on the Terracotta Army: a comparison with other cultures of antiquity

- Cheng Derun and Guo Baofa, The polychromy of the Bronze chariots from the Mausoleum of Qin Shihuang

- Hans van Ess, Symbolism and meaning of colours in early Chinese sources

- Jiang Caipin, Painting technique in Ancient China

- Petra Rösch, Colour schemes on wooden Guanyin sculptures of the 11th to 13th centuries, with special reference to the Amsterdam Guanyin and its Cut Gold-foil Application on a polychrome ground

- Sylvie Colinart and Sandrine Pagès-Camagna, Egyptian polychromy: pigments of the "Pharaonic Palette"

- Detlef Knipping, Le Jupiter olympien and the rediscovery of polychromy in antique sculpture: Quatremère de Quincy between empirical research and aesthetic ideals

- Vinzenz Brinkmann and Ulrike Koch-Brinkmann, Polychromy on greek scupture: the archer on the West-pediment of the Aphaia Temple, Aegina

- Lin Chunmei, The Dyeing of textiles in the warring states time

- Gao Hanyu and Kim Yinglan, Techniques to protect textile and embroidery relics

- Gao Hanyu, The Dye colours and culture on clothing in Early Qin

- Zhao Feng, The five colours polychrome silks with cloud pattern from Han Dynasty to Wei period

- Birgitt Borkopp, Late antique and early medieval textiles and costume and their representations in varios media

- Qiao Shiguang, Qi-Lacquer - Techniques and art

- Hans-Georg Wiedemann and Heinz Berke, Chemical and physical investigations of Egyptian and Chinese blue and purple

- Shang Zongyan, Zhang Jizu and Li Rujuan, The Chinese Lacquer Tree and its use

- Li Zuixiong, coloured clay sculptures and their protection at Mo Kao Grotto at Dunhuang

- Lu Shoulin, The polychrome works in the Palace Museum and their preservation

- Authors

Monuments&Sites IV - Puebla, patrimonio de arquitectura civil del Virreinato

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By Dirk Bühler

2001

523 pages 40 Euros ICOMOS Member: 35 Euros


Contenido

Presentación
Prólogo
Agradecimientos

Introducción


El marco de referencia
Los puntos de partida
El centro histórico

Historia urbana


Marco natural y climatológico
El sueño de Fray Julián Garcés y la fundación de Puebla
El siglo XVI: planeamiento, política, palacios.
El siglo XVII: ¿un siglo de oro?
El siglo XVIII: la ciudad durante el auge del barroco

Consideraciones metodológicas


El patrimonio edificado: leyes e instituciones
Inventarios de monumentos virreinales en Puebla anteriores al de l.985
La investigación documental -aclaraciones acerca del material empleado
Trabajo de campo -la recopilación de datos
Trabajo de campo -los levantamientos arquitectónicos y fotográficos
El catálogo: su presentación
El catálogo: selección y estado de conservación de los edificios analizados

La arquitectura civil


Tipos de edificios en la ciudad virreinal de Puebla
Materiales de construcción
Procesos de construcción

Anatomía de los edificios privados


Fachadas -sus componentes
Fachadas -pautas de desarrollo
Portales y zaguanes
Fachadas -sección de illustraciones
Patios -las formas
Patios -las pautas de desarrollo
Escaleras y pasillos
Espacios arquitectónicos
La casa poblana durante el virreinato
Patios -sección de illustraciones

Monografías de edificios

Apéndice


Bibliografía
Glosario

Anexo


Los cuestionarios
Cuadros sinópticos
Inventario completo de 1985
Plano con inventario

Monuments&Sites V - Vernacular architecture / Architecture vernaculaire / Arquitectura vernacula.

 m-and-s52001

76 pages

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Contents

- Preface / Préface / Prefacio
- The history of CIAV, Christoph Machat
- About the Charter on the Built Vernacular Heritage, Kirsti Kovanen
- Charter on the Built Vernacular Heritage
- Charte du Patrimoine Bâti Vernaculaire
- Carta del Patrimonio Vernáculo Construido

Vernacular architecture and its conservation in different countries

- Australia: An Australian hybrid: The Gardiner House, French Island, Miles Lewis
- Canada: Hawthorne Cottage and Maison Trestler, Marc de Caraffe
- Costa Rica: Cuatro Casas, Erick Chaves
- Cuba: Vivienda Calle 35 y Villa Elena, Cienfuegos, Irán Millán Cuetara
- Denmark: Stone buildings in Greenland 1830-1915, Sören Vadstrup
- Finland: Conservation of built vernacular heritage in rural and urban areas, Kirsti Kovanen
- Great Britain: Ty-Mawr, Peter Smith - Greece: Re-use of a vernacular mansion complex in the medieval castle of Naxos, Marikitta Diamantopoulou and Orestis Vavatsioulas
- Japan: Four Houses, Naomi Okawa
- Lithuania: Two Houses, Dale Puodziukiene
- Mexico: Influencias de la arquitectura y el espacio prehispánico en el hábitat vernáculo actual, Francisco Javier López Morales
- Mexico: La Troje: tipología de vivienda purepecha, Berenice Aguilar and Valeria Prieto
- Mexico: Casas de tierra en Solaga, Oaxaca, Ada Avendano Enciso
- Netherlands: Building tradition in the Netherlands, Ellen L. van Olst
- The Philippines: The Filipino bahay cubo, where form does not necessarily follow function, Augusto Villalón
- Romania: Problems of physical deterioration on vernacular buildings in Transylvania - Râsca village and open-air museum "Astra", Sibiu - a comparative study, Ioana Tanasescu
- Slovak Republik: Peasant house in Suchán n° 7, Gabriela Habánová
- Spain: Arquitectura tradicional en Castilla y León, Felix Benito Martin
- Switzerland: Granaries in Switzerland, Max Gschwend

Monuments&Sites VI - Magnetic prospecting in archaeological sites

 

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By Helmut Becker and Jörg W.E. Fassbinder

2001

102 pages 15 Euros ICOMOS Member: 10 Euros


Contents

- Foreword

- From Magnetic Prospecting to Virtual Archaeology

- Combining Magnetometry and Archaeological Interpretation: A Square Enclosure in Bavaria

- Duo- and Quadro-sensor Configuration for High Speed I High Resolution Magnetic Prospecting with Caesium Magnetometer

- Magnetic Prospection of a Megalithic Necropolis at Ibbankatuwa (Sri Lanka)

- Magnetometry in the Garden ofthe Sigiriya Rock Fortification (Sri Lanka)

ln Search for the City Wall of Homer's Troy -Development of High Resolution Caesium Magnetometry 1992-1994

- Magnetic and Resistivity Prospection in Munbaqa-Ekalte (Syria) 1993

- Ultra High Resolution Caesium Magnetometry at Monte da Ponte, Concelho Evora, Portuga1 1994-1996

- The Discovery of the Royal Capital of Awsan at Hagar Yahirr, Wadi Markha, Yemen by Satellite Images, Aerial Photography, Field Walking and Magnetic Prospecting

- Discovery of a First Neolithic Settlement in the Meseta of Central Spain near Ambrona (Soria) by Caesium Magnetometry in 1996

- Prospecting in Ostia Antica (Italy) and the Discovery of the Basilica of Constantinus I in 1996

- Magnetometry in the Desert Area West of the Zoser's Pyramid, Saqqara, Egypt

- In search for Piramesses -the Lost Capital of Ramesses II in the Nile Delta (Egypt) by Caesium Magnetometry

- Prospection of the Early Islamic Residence Rusafat Hisam (Syria) by Caesium Magnetometry and Resistivity Surveying 1997-1999

- Combined Caesium Magnetometry and Resistivity Survey in Palmyra (Syria) 1997 and 1998

- Magnetometry in the Cemetery and the Awâm- Temple in Marib, the Capital of the Queen Saba, Yemen

- Magnetometry ofthe Prehistoric Necropolis Suchanicha in the Minusinsk Basin, South Siberia

- Magnetometry of a Scythian Settlement in Siberia near Cicah in the Baraba Steppe 1999

- Uruk- City of Gilgamesh (Iraq) First Tests in 2001 for Magnetic Prospecting

- Wazigang -A Palace of Qin Shihuangdi, the First Chinese Emperor

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