New Integrated Knowledge based approachs to the protection of cultural heritage from Earthquake-induced Risk

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Akko Aqueduct Pipes Building Technique, January 2014

Technical conservation plan for an architectural detail in the Khan El Faranj, January 2014

How to Write about Architectural Conservation: the Publication in Peer-Reviewed Journals, January 2014

Field report of work in Biet Loya, 2012

Work methods in Biet Loya, June 2012

On the road to Zion, 2012

Grouting for Caesar: The Vault Complex and High Level Aqueduct at Caesarea After 20 Years, 2012

A Vision for Khan esh-Shawarda, 2012

Documentation of the floor of the main hall, 2nd Story, The International Conservation Center, Citta' di Roma, 2011

The Work on Two Column Bases at the ICC Building, Old Akko, 2011

Exhibiting the Objects of the International Conservation Centre (ICC), 2011

A Catalog for the Aegean Wares excavated by Dr. Edna J.Stern in 2009: A Directory for the Archives of the Israel Antiquities Authority, 2011

Presenting the Hammam al-Pasha: Conserving Heritage by Creating an Attraction, 2011

Typology of British Mandate Period Residential Buildings in New City Akko 2010

Documentation report of BURJ EL-KASHLA, Old City of Akko 2011

Acre, Sabil Al- Jazzar, January 2010

Acre, Sadirvan Al-Jazzar, July 2010

Contents of British Mandate Archeological Inspection Files Archive, 2010

Documenting Akko’s Metalwork, 2009

Historic Mortars and their durability, in the Old City of Akko, 2010

Historical Documentation of the Water Cisterns under the Jazzar Pasha Mosque in Acre, 2010

Revitalization of Weizman Street, 2010

The International Conservation Center in Acre, Historic Assessment. 2007

The Ottoman Water Distribution System in Acre, 2009

The Wall that Stopped Napoleon, 2010
An Introductory Guide to Pottery Conservation: From Excavation to Preservation, January 2014
Adrienne Kowalchuk

Pottery finds in archaeological excavations are extremely common across Israel. In fact, pottery sherds usually make up the majority of finds on a site. This is due to the fact that pottery was used as an every day item during ancient times, and because of its make up (non-organic) it remains intact over time (
Since pottery sherds can tell an archaeologist so much about a site and human history, it is extremely important that the finds are dealt with and treated properly. However, since so much pottery is found and it cannot all be kept, it must be dealt with systematically.
This introductory guide is aimed towards students and will provide the basic concepts concerning pottery conservation, from site excavation to storeroom preservation.

The International Conservation Center - Città di Roma, Old Acre
January 2014

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