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2020/1(20)
special issue


CONTENTS

Vasiliev G. 

Culture as a sphere of human redefinition


Kiryanova O. 

Military history of Russia in the expositions of the museums of the Russian Orthodox Church


Petrova D. 

Museum projects of Russian futurist artists


Chuvilkina Yu

Acquisition of Museum funds in the USSR in the second half of the XX century


Romanova K. 

The factor of understanding Russian culture on the example of S. Diaghilev's creative activity through the prism of newspaper publications in the UK. 20th century


Dibrova A. 

The space of the Church of the Transfiguration of the Kizhi Pogost in the context of Hierotopy


Krasnova I. 

The origins of the formation of Slobozhanshchina, as part of the geocultural space of Russia 16th - the first half of the 17th centuries


Vasilieva S. 

The specific contradiction of the concept of «mass culture»


Gushchina Yu. 

»Yearbook of the Imperial Theaters» led by S.P. Diaghilev


Madikova L. 

Typology of underwater heritage sites and prospects for their research


Krasnova T. 

The study of the causes of the destruction of the archaeological ceramics due to unskilled restoration


Korennaya V. 

Studying the cultural and natural heritage of Russia in the modern educational process: on the example of the history of Russia in the 16th century

  

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DOI 10.34685/HI.2020.77.73.010

Krasnova T.

The study of the causes of the destruction of the archaeological ceramics due to unskilled restoration

Abstract. This study is devoted to the problem of identifying relationships in the system «monument – restoration interventions» on the example of archaeological ceramics. Analysis of restoration methods and materials, which are used at different times, allows: 1) to consider in detail the processes of changing the authenticity of the monument occurring as a result of the destruction of materials introduced into its structure and not important to it; 2)identify the main factors affecting the ageing processes of restoration materials on monuments already restored with their help. This knowledge will allow to develop measures to reduce their negative impact on the monument; 3)identify the most effective and sparing techniques that have successfully passed the time test.

All this in the future will allow to properly use existing methods, as well as will contribute to the development of optimal restoration technologies, ensuring long-term safety of the monument and its authentic properties.

Key words: unskilled restoration, ceramics, destruction, polymers, consequences of restoration activities, restoration materials, inorganic acids.

Krasnova Tatyana Nikolaevna,
post- graduate student,
Russian Scientific Research Institute for Cultural and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev (Moscow),
e-mail: tatyana.n.krasnova@gmail.com

Published: The Heritage Institute Journal, 2020/1(20)

URL: http://nasledie-journal.ru/en/journals/357.html


Founder

Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Publisher

Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Certificate

of the Mass information media
registration:
ЭЛ № ФС 77–60211,
date: 17.12.2014


Frequency

4 issues per year

Published online only


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