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    Actes du VIIe colloque international de l’ASMOSIA, Thasos, 15-20 septembre 2003

    Yannis Maniatis (Dir.)
     
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    Collection et numéro : BCH Suppl. 51
    Année : 2009
    Éditeur(s) : École française d’Athènes
    ISBN : 978-2-86958-207-1
    Largeur : 18.5 cm
    Hauteur : 24 cm
    Poids : 1934 g
    Nombre de pages : 829
    Distributeurs : Peeters Publishers
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    Langues : Anglais, Français
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    Ce volume comprend les textes des communications d'ASMOSIA VII, 7e conférence internationale de l'Association pour l'étude du marbre et des autres pierres dans l'Antiquité (Association for the Study of Marble and Other Stones in Antiquity), qui s'est tenue dans l'île de Thasos, en Grèce. Les thèmes abordés dans ces communications sont à la pointe du domaine interdisciplinaire où se rejoignent la science, l'archéologie et l'histoire de l'art ; ils reflètent un large spectre de la recherche sur les pierres, depuis la carrière jusqu'au produit décoré dans son état final. Les sujets plus particulièrement abordés sont les suivants : (1) Considérations archéologiques et emploi du marbre ; (2) Carrières, techniques d'extraction, géologie et propriétés de la pierre ; (3) Identification de provenance et caractérisation : le marbre ; (4) Identification de provenance et caractérisation : autres pierres ; (5) Techniques et développements ; (6) Bases de données ; (7) Propriétés de la pierre _ Vieillissement _Restauration et (8) Pigments et peintures sur marbre.


    This book contains the papers submitted to ASMOSIA VII, which is the 7th International Conference of the Association for the Study of Marble and Other Stones in Antiquity. The conference was held in the island os Thassos, Greece. The subjects of the papers represent the state-of-the-art in the interdisciplinary field of Science and Archeology and Art-History and reflect a very broad range of research and applications on stone, from the quarry to the final decorated object.In particular, the subjects cover: (1) Archeological considerations and use of marble, (2) Quarries, Quarrying Techniques, Geology and Stone properties, (3) Provenance Identification and Characterisation: Marble, (4) Provenance Identification and Characterisation: Other stones, (5) Techniques and Developments, (6) Databases, (7) Stone Properties - Weathering - Restoration and (8) Pigments and paintings on marble.


    Préface, par Yannis Maniatis
    Abbreviations in bibliography
    Special introductory talk
    The island of Thassos and the Aegean in the Prehistory, par Haïdo Koukouli-Chryssanthaki et Stratis Papadopoulos
    Part I: Archaeological considerations - Use of marble
    Thassian marble: A connection between Thassos and Thessaloniki, par Théodosia Stéfanidou-Tivériou
    Thassian Julius Caesar, par E.J. Walters
    Macedonian workmanship on a Thassian marble Hadrian in Providence?, par G.E Borromeo, J.J. Herrmann et N. Herz
    White marbles in the summer triclinium of the casa del Bracciale d'Oro, Pompeii, par J. C. Fant
    The Naxian Colossus at Delos: "Same Stone", par Patricia Butz
    Investigation of marbles and stones used in Augustean monuments of western alpine provinces (Italy), par Alessandro Betori, Maurizio Gomez Serito et Patrizio Pensabene
    Flavian amphitheatre: The Cavea and the Portico; Comments about the quality, quantity and the working of its marbles, par Francesco Bianchi et M. Bruno
    New investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the "Hieron" of Samothrace: A preliminary report, par Olga Palagia, Yannis Maniatis, Elissavet Dotsika et D. Kavoussanaki
    Provenance investigation of some marble sarcophagi from Arles with stable isotope and maximum grain sizes analysis, par Vassiliki Gaggadis-Robin, Yannis Maniatis, Claude Sintès, D. Kavoussanaki et Elissavet Dotsika
    Faustino Corsi and the coloured marbles of Derbyshire, par L. Cook et I. Thomas
    Three mythological sarcophagi at the RISD Museum: Marble provenances and iconography, par F. Van Keuren, L. Peter Gromet et N. Herz
    Part II: Quarries, quarrying techniques, geology and stone properties
    The Bokary granodiorite quarry in Egypt's eastern desert, par James A. Harrell
    Hard stone quarrying in the Egyptian old Kingdom (3rd Millennium BC): rethinking the social organization, par E. Bloxam, Per Storemy et Tom Heldal
    The ancient Egyptian quarry at Dibabiya, par Toshiichi Endo et S. Nishimoto
    Pharaonic limestone quarries in Wadi Nakhla and Deir Abu Hennis, Egypt, par D. Klemm et R. Klemm
    GPS and GIS methodology in the mapping of Chephren's quarry, Upper Egypt: a significant tool for documentation and interpretation of the site, par Tom Heldal, Per Storemy, E. Bloxam, Ian Shaw, R. Lee et A. Salem
    New evidence of small-scale Roman basalt quarrying in Egypt: Widan el Faras in the northern Faiyum desert and Tilal Sawda by El-Minya, par Per Storemy, Tom Heldal, E. Bloxam et James A. Harrell
    Ancient stone quarries: Vulnerable archaeological sites threatened by modern development, par Per Storemy et Tom Heldal
    Ancient quarries in Delos, Greece, par P. Hadjidakis, D. Matarangas et Myrsini Varti -Matarangas
    Quelques sarcophages rectangulaires d'époque impériale, des carrières thasiennes aux nécropoles de Thasos, par Manuela Wurch-Kozelj et Tony Kozelj
    Characterisation of the timeless white marble and quarrying activity in Thassos, par K. Laskaridis et Vassilis Perdikatsis
    Part III: Provenance identification and characterisation (marble)
    The Torre Sgarrata wreck (South Italy): Marble artefacts in the cargo, par Francesco Gabellone, Maria Teresa Giannotta et A. Alessio
    The Torre Sgarrata wreck: Characterization and provenance of white marble artefacts in the cargo, par Angela Calia, Angela Calia, Lorenzo Lazzarini et G. Quarta
    New isotopic and EPR data for 22 sculptures from the extramural sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone at Cyrene, par D. Attanasio, S. Kane et N. Herz
    EPR and Petrographic provenance of the architectural white marbles of three buildings at Villa Adriana, par D. Attanasio, G. Mesolella , Patrizio Pensabene, R. Platania et P. Rocchi
    Marble objects from Asia Minor in the Berlin collection of classical antiquities: stone characteristics and provenance, par T. Cramer, K. Germann et Wolf-Dieter Heilmeyer
    On the provenance of white marbles used in the baths of Caracalla in Rome, par M. Bruno, C. Gorgoni et P. Pallante
    Marble from Pentelicon, Paros, Thasos and Proconnesus in ancient Israel: an attempt at a chronological distinction, par Moshe Fischer
    The "Keros Hoard": Provenance of the figurines and possible sources of marble in the Cyclades, par Yannis Maniatis, Peggy Sotirakopoulou, Elissavet Dotsika, K. Polikreti et E. Tzavidopoulos
    Provenance investigation of Neolithic marble vases from Limeraria, Thassos: Imported marble to Thassos?, par Yannis Maniatis, Stratis Papadopoulos, Elissavet Dotsika, D. Kavoussanaki et E. Tzavidopoulos
    Provenance study of Roman marble artefacts of an excavation near Oberdrauburg (Carinthia, Austria), par M. Unterwurzacher, H. Stadler et Peter Mirwald
    The distribution and re-use of the most important coloured marbles in the provinces of the Roman Empire, par Lorenzo Lazzarini
    The taste of the marbles in Roman villae (Tiburtina-Nomentana), par M. Mariottini, E. Curti et E. Moscetti
    Marmor Thessalicum (verde antico): Source, distribution and characterization, par Lorenzo Lazzarini et Stefano Cancelliere
    Marbles and coloured stones from the theatre of Caesaraugusta (Hispania): Preliminary study, par Pilar Lapuente, Bruno Turi et Philippe Blanc
    Marble sculptures from the Rhode Island School of Design: Provenance studies using stable isotope and other analysis, par Robert H. Tykot, G.E Borromeo, Crispin Corrado Goulet et Kristen Severson
    Identifying, Dolomitic Marble 2000-2003: The Capitoline Museums, New York, and Somnus-Hypnos in Urbisaglia, par J.J. Herrmann, R. Newman et A. Van den Hoek
    Part IV: Provenance identification and characterisation (other stones)
    On tesserae of Roman mosaics in Lombardy (Italy), par Roberto Bugini et L. Folli
    Stone materials of the Roman villas around lake Garda (Italy), par E. Roffia, Roberto Bugini et L. Folli
    The natural building stones of Helenistic to Byzantine Sagalassos: Provenance determination through stable isotope geochemistry, par Patrick Degryse, Philippe Muchez, E. Trogh et Marc Waelkens
    Provenance of soapstone used in medieval buildings in the Bergen region, western Norway, par Tom Heldal, Rolf Birger Pedersen, Y. Ronen et S. H. H. Kaland
    Archaeometry of chert tools: For a non-destructive geochemical data, par B. Moroni, I. Borgia, M. Petrelli et Pilar Lapuente
    "Granito del Foro" and "Granito di Nicotera": Archaeometric problems, par F. Antonelli, Lorenzo Lazzarini, Stefano Cancelliere et A. Solano
    The prehistoric ground stone implements from Yartarla: The preliminary results of geoarchaeological study in Tekirdag region (Eastern Thrace), par Onur Ozbek
    Gypsum: A jewel in Minoan palatial architecture; Identification and characterization of its varieties, par S. Chlouveraki
    The discovery of the Greek origin of the "Breccia policroma della Vittoria", par Lorenzo Lazzarini et F. Athanasiou
    Part V: Techniques and developments
    Provenance study of Lapis Lazuli by non-destructive prompt gamma activation analysis (PGAA), par J. Zöldföldi et Zs. Kasztovszky
    A new non-destructive methodology for studying the internal structure of white marble of artistic and archaeological interest, par F. Biricotti et M. Severi
    Part VI: Databases
    A stable isotope database for the ancient white marble quarries of Mount Pentelikon, Greece, par S. Pike
    Corpus of ancient Greek quarries, par Georgia Kokkorou-Alevras, E. Poupaki, A. Chatziconstantinou et A. Efstathopoulos
    Fractal analysis and quantitative fabric analysis database of West Anatolian white marbles, par Balázs Székely et J. Zöldföldi
    Part VII: Stone properties - Weathering - Restoration
    Correlations of mineralogy and physical properties for stones used in the building and the restoration of the Asklepieion at Epidauros, par A. Tsikouras , K. Mihopoulos et N. Ninis
    Study oh the behaviour of Serpentinite stones used for the construction of ancient Dioklitianoupoli in Northern Greece, par Ioanna Papayianni et Maria Stefanidou
    Where have all the columns gone? The loss and reuse of antiquities in the Eastern Mediterranean, par M. Greenhalgh
    Gypsum at the Minoan site of Knossos: Types and deterioration, par K. Kouzeli et E. Zgouleta
    Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of the marble facade of the Certosa di Pavia: Materials provenancing and problematics related to decay, par L. Giordani, M. Oddone et Sandro Meloni
    Ionic and charge mobility on weathered marble surfaces, studied by EPR spectroscopy, par K. Polikreti et Yannis Maniatis
    Part VIII: Pigments and paintings on marble
    Polychrome Hellenistic sculpture in Delos: Research on surface treatments of ancient marble sculpture - Part II, par Brigitte Bourgeois et Philippe Jockey
    In-situ X-Ray-Fluorescence analysis of raw pigments and traces of polychromy on Hellenistic sculpture at the archaeological museum of Delos, par A.G. Karydas, Hariclia Brecoulaki, Brigitte Bourgeois et Philippe Jockey




     
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