Query : restoration
- MAIRE, Marc21
- Piégay, Hervé20
- Dutoit, Thierry14
- Chris du Preez12
- Cornie van Huyssteen12
- Pearson Mnkeni12
- Buisson, Elise8
- Morin, Joseph; Raza dit Rangeard, Pierre, 1722-après 1773; Perrault, Maurice, 1857-1909; Mesnard, Albert, 1847-1909; Meloche, François-Édouard, 1855-1914; Desnoyers, Maurice7
- Muriel Verbeeck-Boutin7
- Perrault et Mesnard, 1880-1892,7
- António João Cruz6
- Bryant, Simon5
- EVETTE, André5
- Hartmann-Virnich, Andreas5
- JAUNATRE, Renaud5
- S. W. Lyon5
- Stigter, S.5
- Y. Liu5
- Archaeology and Prehistory1067
- Cultural Heritage and Museology971
- Environmental studies759
- Architecture and Space Management688
- Art and Art History607
- Biological Anthropology524
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology386
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences340
- Political Science242
- Methods and Statistics237
- Gender Studies116
- Classical Studies111
- Musicology and Performing Arts101
- Communication Sciences61
- Economies and Finances41
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About the reception of a New town : Sabaudia from his fondation (1934) to his 80 years (2014)
The town of Sabaudia was built between 1933 and 1934 in the Pontine Marshes, Italy. It forms part of a sanitization and country-planning project led by the fascist regime. Its architecture is classified as «rationalist», «modern» by the quality of its plan, open towards the landscape and its archite...
Literary games in France and England in the 17th century — Parisian fairs in Aphra Behn
The 17th century, the century of galantry in France, sees a fun culture of conversation in the courtyard and in the fairs, in the context of precious values. It is extended in prose or worthwhile fun literature that continues the mondaine conversation in minor genres, often gathered in collective co...
Images of Cahokia Courthouse from different angles The Cahokia Courthouse was built as a French residence about 1737 for Jean-Baptiste Saucier (builder of Fort de Chartres). It was owned by his son, Francois Saucier. It is a post-on-sill construction (poteaux sur sole), with vertical logs set on a s...
Seminar: ‘Collect the Other and the Ailleurs: Works of art, knowledge, amenities "— INHA, Paris, room Jullian, Thursday, 10-12, 23/01-10/04/2014
Weekly seminar on Thursday, from 12 to 14 Room Jullian, Galerie Colbert, 1st shelf 2, rue Vivienne — 75002, organised by Dominique Poulot and Mercedes volved The recent development of exotic collections in French museums on the one hand (most recently the Musée de la Castre in Cannes, restoration of...
Sentithink mapuche with the waters of Huenehue: Towards a political ecology and a demand-driven anthropology
Biodiversity has been significantly devastated by extractivist activities in territories inhabited by indigenous peoples. This article originates from the anthropological report that was ‘challenged’ by the Leufu Wueneywue Association, which was carried out in Tralcapulli and Llongahue (Los Ríos Reg...
The ecology of a Japanese religious movement in Senegal
RésuméSukyo Mahikari is a Japanese prophetism born in 1959 based on a purification ritual (okiyoma) and a system of senses borrowed from the Sintam. Senegalese adepts are attracted by its therapeutic aspect because they find a good link with the purification of the bodies. The ideology of the religi...
School school link: the restoration of figures as a gateway, accompanying this break
In cycle 3, in view of the collegial geometry, which will be based more on properties, it is important to offer students activities that make them consider the figures not as assemblies of sub-figures, in the way of a Tangram, but rather to see them in terms of points and straight lines. The role of...
"Y être, c’est (encore) en être" : déclassement social et aspirations nobiliaires parmi les familles maintenues en noblesse en France sous la Restauration
International audience During the French Restoration, 111 families which were on the edge of the “SecondState” at the end of the Ancien Regime succeeded in having their nobility officiallyconfirmed, whereas 34 lineages were anoblished after asking for letters of confirmationof nobility. However, som...
Terrestrial herbivorous mammals in a mosaic of Cerrado, Atlantic Forest, and land-use changes
The Cerrado and Atlantic forest biodiversity hotspots have been experiencing rapid land-use changes in the last five decades resulting in habitat fragmentation, invasion of exotic species and biodiversity loss. Herbivore mammals are a key community to investigate the impacts of land-use changes on b...
Contribution of the GIS to the restoration of Medjerda progradation processes: What is at stake for the port of Utique?
University of Tunis Sciences
Article — ‘La non restoration des statues antiques berlinoises in Paris’
Astrid Fendt, ‘La non restoration des statues antiques berlinoises in Paris’, in Noemaemia Étienne (dir.), La Restoration des Works d’Art in Europe between 1789 and 1815: practices, transfers, stakes, International Colloquium Acts (University of Geneva in October 2010), Revue CeROArt Conservation, E...
To retouch or not to retouch? – Reflections on the aesthetic completion of wall paintings
Decision-making regarding the aesthetic treatment of wall paintings can be a difficult and complex process due to the multifaceted issues that influence the choices. In addition, local views and national value assignations make it difficult to apply general guidelines for retouching. This paper desc...
Sustainable housing for oversized works of art on paper
Storage systems for oversized works of art on paper are examined regarding object protection, user satisfaction and sustainability by way of a life cycle assessment of furniture materials/construction features and a survey of about 100 institutions worldwide on their experience with oversize storage...
Colloquium and exhibition in Tlemcen
Tlemcen, 17-19 October 2011 — University of Tlemcen. Nabila OULEBSIR (CRIA-EHESS/University of Poitiers, CRIHAM) will present on 19 October a conference on Restoration, reinventing: architectural heritage in the field of construction, between speech and practice, at the Tlemcen Colloquium 2011: thir...
A manuscript found in a booklet
This arrives from time to time and it is always an event for the library that discovers it: the connectors of the municipal archives of the City and Eurometropole of Strasbourg discovered in the binding of a 1490 incunable book a double sheet of the 8th century. The discovery was fortuitously carrie...
Iterative Shrinkage Approach to Restoration of Optical Imagery
The problem of reconstruction of digital images from their degraded measurements is regarded as a problem of central importance in various fields of engineering and imaging sciences. In such cases, the degradation is typically caused by the resolution limitations of an imaging device in use and/or b...
Recommendation on the protection and promotion of museums and collections, their diversity and their role in society IV
II PRIMARY FUNCTIONS OF MUSEUMS Preservation The preservation of heritage comprises activities related to acquisition, collection management, including risk analysis and the development of preparedness capacities and emergency plans, in addition to security, preventive and remedial conservation, and...
Proyecto para restauración y homologación de un ciclomotor Derbi Start DS50
[EN] This project deals with the restoration process of a Derbi Start DS50 moped in two parts. The first of them focuses on a structural analysis of the redesign of the chassis, always trying to maintain the essence of a classic moped, in order to improve the original design to extend its useful lif...
Study on the improvement and restoration of the natural area of the Salina de Calpe (Alicante) and integration into the urban environment
The objective of the study is to assess the characteristics of an old abandoned saline in relation to the various uses that may potentially be introduced, in order to improve its integration into an urban environment. If its landscape and natural values are enhanced and this site is integrated with...
Fundamental Restoration of the Civic Hospital in Split (1866–1872)
The aim of this study was to investigate the progress of the fundamental restoration and enlargement of the Civic Hospital in Split between 1866 and 1872 on the basis of the previously unexplored materials, such as Shorthand reports of the Dalmatian Parliament in Zadar kept in the Split University L...
Study of T cell differentiation of circulating CD34+ hematopoietic progenitors during HIV infection
Despite the efficient reduction of the HIV replication, the administration of combination antiretroviral therapy (c-ART) is not systematically accompanied by the restoration of the peripheral T CD4+ lymphocyte compartment. The life expectancy and quality are severely impacted in individuals with imm...
History and Archaeology of Fathpur-Sikri.
This thesis aims at a critical study of the palace-city of the Emperor Akbar at Fathpur-Sikri. The thesis is divided in two volutes: I. Text; II. Plates. The text contains seven chapters: I. Gives a geographical study of the site: its geographical relations, the local topography and other various fa...
The CAPES de Créole: strategies and challenges
Creole is a language spoken by about 10 million speakers in the Americas and Indian Ocean islands. Two million of them live in the French overseas departments (DOM): Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique and Réunion. For three centuries, creole was the only language of black slaves; it was transmitt...
Conservation and restoration project of the Church Nuestra Señora de la Nectividad de Burjassot, Valencia
[ES]. The aim of this work is to carry out a historical/iconographic study, a technical analysis of the work and conservation status, a proposal for action and a preventive conservation plan for a polychrome wood sculpture depicting the image of Jesus crucified from the Parroquia Nuestra Señora de l...