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Proceedings of the 9th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference

Copenhagen 2004

Proceedings of the 9th ICOM Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Conference
Per Hoffmann, James A. Spriggs, Kristiane Strætkvern and David Gregory (eds.)
Published by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), Committee for Conservation Working Group on Wet Organic Archaeological Materials

1. Auflage Bremerhaven 2005, 706 Seiten, reich illustriert, 17 x 23,5 cm, Softcover
ISBN 978-3-89757-308-6
45,00 EUR Kaufen
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Introduction

7

In situ preservation, reburials and assessment of wetland sites

 

Reburial as a method of preserving archaeological remains. A presentation of the Marstrand project
Thomas Bergstrand, Charlotte Gjelstrup Björdal & Thomas Nilsson, Carola Bohm & Eva Christensson, David Gregory, Inger Nyström, Elizabeth Peacock, Vicki Richards & Ian MacLeod

9

The James Matthews Shipwreck - Conservation Survey and In-situ Stabilisation
Ian Godfrey, Ed Reed, Vicki Richards, Nigel West, Trevor Winton

40

In-situ containment of sediment for shipwreck reburial projects
Trevor Winton and Vicki Richards

77

ArchaeoRisk: a Decision Support System on the Environmental Risk for Archaeological Sites in the Venice Lagoon and the research study of wooden finds degradation
Petra Scanferla, Antonio Marcomini, Luigi Fozzati, Roberto Carlo

91

Extended abstract of Project Aquarius. Preservation, storage and display of waterlogged wood in an aquarium
Charlotte Björdal, Thomas Nilsson, Roland Petterson

99

Displaying waterlogged archaeological wood at the Museum of London
Elizabeth Goodman and Jill Barnard

109

Chosen strategies for identification and verification of wood-inhabiting micro organisms
Anne Christine Helms

119

Chemical and physical characterisation of wood of shipwrecks discovered in the ancient harbour of Pisa (Tuscany-Italy)
Francesca Bettazzi, Gianna Giachi, Giuseppe Staccioli, Stefano Chimichi, Nicola Macchioni

127

Variations in wood degradation in the three roman oak ships in the West of the Netherlands
D.J. Huisman, R.K.W.M. Klaassen

145

"Save the Vasa" and related problems

 

Save the Vasa - an Introduction
Ingrid Hall Roth and Leif Malmberg

171

Analyses of sulfur and iron in marine-archaeological wood
Magnus Sandström, Yvonne Fors, Farideh Jalilehvand, Emiliana Damian and Ulrik Gelius

181

Extraction of iron compounds from Vasa wood
Gunnar Almkvist, Lovisa Dal and Ingmar Persson

203

A XANES sprectroscopic study of changes in sulfur speciation in waterlogged archaeological wood in response to high relative humidity
Theo Skinner, Stephanie Erpenbeck, Glenn McConachie, Mark Jones, Andy Smith

213

Trials on chemical and microbiological processes for the oxidation of sulphur compounds in archaeological wood
Khôi Tran, Nicolas Bertout, Francis Dalard and Jean-Pierre Magnin

227

Molecular detection of bacteria in the seventeenth century Swedish warship Vasa
Ka-Lai Pang, Rodney A. Eaton and Julian I. Mitchell

243

PEG in the warship Vasa and the Viking Ship Skuldelev 2
Martin Nordvig Mortensen, Helge Egsgaard, Yvonne Shashoua and Jens Glastrup

261

The movement and stability of PEG in the Vasa wood
Gunnar Almkvist and Ingmar Persson

269

The implications of using low molecular weight PEG for impregnation of waterlogged archaeological wood prior to freeze drying
Poul Jensen and Ulrich Schnell

279

Experiences with lactitol and xylitol
Anton Wevers

311

The Poole logboat: A Treatment Update, and Investigation into a Suitable Drying Regime for Large-scale Sucrose Impregnated Waterlogged Wood
Jeremy Hutchings and Jim Spriggs

333

Conservation of wood - agents and methods - continued

 

Conclusion and definition of the "Atomisation" Treatment by PEG Saturation used for a 12 metre long Greek shipwreck found in Marseilles
D. Boix, H. Bernard-Maugiron, G. Chaumat, A. Gelas

355

Development of a specific PEG treatment suitable for "low degraded" wood
Gilles Chaumat, Didier Boux, Michael Picot, Marlène Jacquemont

365

Conservation and reconstruction of the Carolingian river barge Karl von Bremen of 808 A.D.
Per Hoffmann

377

Conservation of wood - projects and case stories

 

The Queen Anne's revenge shipwreck project: Recovery, examination and treatment of wood
Sarah Watkins-Kenney, Eric Nordgren, Wendy Welsh and Nathan Henry

389

The Göta Wreck - The proceedings of the conservation, reconstruction and display
Sara Wranne, Ebba Samuelsson

403

The Newport Ship: The first two years
Kate Hunter

411

The use of glass fibre reinforced cement as supporting material for waterlogged wooden objects
Inger M. Bojesen-Koefoed

429

Development of a conservation treatment process adapted to archaeological iron/waterlogged wood composites
J.B. Memet and K. Tran

437

Conservation treatments of the organic artifacts recovered from the Elisabeth and Mary (1690)
André Bergeron

461

Conservation of various organic materials

 

Results from treating hundreds of waterlogged antlers - study of material behaviour during impregnation and drying treatments
Xavier Hiron, Didier Bouix, Gilles Chaumat, Marlène Jacquemont, Christine Juy and Amandine Viallon

473

The conservation of carbonized documents in the middle 19th century, excavated at Akashi-cho site in Tokyo
Masako Kanayama, Michiko Inoue, Mari Omura

483

Investigation of Conservation Methods for a Textile Recovered from the American Civil War Submarine H.L. Hunley (1864)
Elizabeth E. Peacock

497

Investigation and conservation of archaeological leather

 

A preliminary investigation into the effects of diammonium citrate on waterlogged leather from the H.L. Hunley submarine (1864)
Paul Mardikian, John E. Baatz, Philippe de Viviés, Michael J. Drews, Susanne Grieve, Frédérique Nicot

513

The Analysis and Treatment of Waterlogged Leather II - Application of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Artificial Neural Networks
I.M. Godfrey and K. Kasi

533

A preliminary investigation into the density of waterlogged archaeological leather
Jan Bruun Jensen

545

Conservation of Severely Deteriorated Wet Archaeological Leather Recovered froth the Norwegian Arctic. Preliminary Results
Elizeabeth E. Peacock

565

A preliminary examination of the re-treatment options for leather treated with Turkey Red Oil
Jane de Solmes and Emily Williams

579

Conservation of archaeological wet leather - the problem of calcium-soap formation and its removal
Gabriele Maria Zink

591

Posters

613

List of Participants

697