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Heritage Science in Australia

  1. Recording techniques such as laser scanning, photogrammetry and photographic reconstruction are not new to archaeology. However as technology evolves and becomes more readily available such methods are being m...

    Authors: Annabelle Davis, David Belton, Petra Helmholz, Paul Bourke and Jo McDonald
    Citation: Heritage Science 2017 5:25
  2. Raman spectroscopic analysis of shards recovered from two Portuguese shipwrecks, the Santo Espirito (1608) and the Santa Maria Madre de Deus (1643), believed to be carrying porcelains of the Ming period have reve...

    Authors: Elizabeth A. Carter, Michelle L. Wood, Danita de Waal and Howell G. M. Edwards
    Citation: Heritage Science 2017 5:17
  3. The Ranken coach is a landau style horse-drawn vehicle brought to the Australian colony of New South Wales in the 1820s, and now held in the National Historical Collection of the National Museum of Australia. ...

    Authors: Natalie Ison, Alison Wain and Jurian Hoogewerff
    Citation: Heritage Science 2017 5:9
  4. A previous study of the Cypriot pottery collection housed in the Ian Potter Museum of Art at the University of Melbourne found approximately two-thirds of adhesive repairs are primarily composed of cellulose n...

    Authors: Emily Noake, Deborah Lau and Petronella Nel
    Citation: Heritage Science 2017 5:3
  5. Excavations conducted between 2010 and 2012 at Magoro Hill, a site in South Africa’s Limpopo Province frequented or intermittently occupied by African farming communities since the first millennium AD, yielded...

    Authors: Farahnaz Koleini, Linda C. Prinsloo, Wim Biemond, Philippe Colomban, Anh-Tu Ngo, Jan C. A. Boeyens, Maria M. van der Ryst and Koos van Brakel
    Citation: Heritage Science 2016 4:43