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Non-invasive material and traceological research of the stone head from Celtic settlement Závist near Prague
- 1.0489558 - ARÚ 2019 RIV CZ eng C - Konferenční příspěvek (zahraniční konf.)
Cihla, M. - Trefný, M. - Drda, Petr - Hradil, David - Hradilová, J.
Non-invasive material and traceological research of the stone head from Celtic settlement Závist near Prague.
ACTA ARTIS ACADEMICA 2017: PAINTING AS A STORY. Praha: Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, 2017 - (Hradilova, J.; Hradil, D.), s. 141-149. ISBN 978-80-87108-75-8.
[Interdisciplinary ALMA Conference /6./ : Painting as a story. Brno (CZ), 01.06.2017-03.06.2017]
Institucionální podpora: RVO:67985912 ; RVO:61388980
Klíčová slova: Celtic sculpture * sandstone * traceology * X-ray fluorescence
Kód oboru RIV: AC - Archeologie, antropologie, etnologie; CB - Analytická chemie, separace (UACH-T)
Obor OECD: Archaeology; Analytical chemistry (UACH-T)
The sandstone head sculpture from the hillfort of Závist in the southern periphery of Prague has been subjected to a non-invasive survey by mechanoscopic and analytical approaches. A 3D model of a sculpture has been created using laser scanning and photogrammetry. A reconstruction of stonemason's working tools was derived from longitudinal and transversal sections of the traces on the head's surface. Further screening of the surface by handheld X-ray fluorescence identified increased contents of lead and tin suggesting a former intentional coloring of the sculpture's surface. Traces of gold could indicate that the surface was gilded. It was confirmed that the sculpture was originally not a part of a human figure, but was intended to represent only a self-standing head. The way of making as well as the nature of the original surface treatment has excluded the possibility that the stone head from Závist was a modern replica.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0283961
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