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Efectos derivados de las intervenciones de conservación y restauración aplicados sobre material pétreo en el Conjunto Arqueológico de Mérida. Avance de investigación

AuthorsPérez Ema, Natalia; Bustamante, R.; Álvarez de Buergo, Mónica
KeywordsConservación
Tratamientos
Alteración
Piedra
Mérida
Conservation
Treatments
Alteration
Stone
Issue Date2013
PublisherMinisterio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte (España)
CitationLa ciencia y el arte, IV: ciencias experimentales y conservación del patrimonio. p. 227-233 (2013)
Abstract[ES] Las alteraciones derivadas de los trabajos de restauración constituyen un campo de estudio para evaluar las intervenciones realizadas en el patrimonio cultural, en particular sobre yacimientos arqueológicos, puesto que se desconocen, en muchos casos, los efectos de dichas intervenciones a largo plazo. Los estudios sobre durabilidad y eficacia de los tratamientos sobre material pétreo (principalmente de consolidación) forman un campo de investigación prolífico y en notable desarrollo en las últimas décadas, no obstante centrado principalmente en la conservación de edificios históricos. Las particulares características del material arqueológico conservado in situ dificultan la extrapolación de resultados, requiriendo estudios propios, muy escasos hasta la fecha. El caso de Mérida es especialmente interesante a la hora de valorar las intervenciones que, desde los años veinte del siglo pasado, se han ejecutado sobre los diversos bienes. En este trabajo se trata de presentar el proyecto de investigación que en este sentido se está desarrollando en el marco del CEI Moncloa (UCM-UPM).
[EN] Decay resulting from the restoration works is a field of study to assess interventions in cultural heritage, archaeological sites in particular, since long-term mechanism of degradation are still poorly known. Studies in durability and effectiveness of treatments are a prolific area of research and considerable development in recent decades has been done, however mainly focused on the conservation of historic buildings. The particular features of archaeological material preserved on site preclude the extrapolation of results, requiring a different approach, limited studies has been carried out to date in this sense. Merida case study is especially interesting when assessing interventions, since there has been restoration works from 20’s of last century to Decay resulting from the restoration works is a field of study to assess interventions in cultural heritage, archaeological sites in particular, since long-term mechanism of degradation are still poorly known. Studies in durability and effectiveness of treatments are a prolific area of research and considerable development in recent decades has been done, however mainly focused on the conservation of historic buildings. The particular features of archaeological material preserved on site preclude the extrapolation of results, requiring a different approach, limited studies has been carried out to date in this sense. Merida case study is especially interesting when assessing interventions, since there has been restoration works from 20’s of last century to date. The aim of this paper is to introduce the research project regarding this topic, within the framework of CEI Moncloa.
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