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In: Bridgland, J. (ed.). Preprints of the 10th Triennial meeting, Washington, DC, 22-27 August 1993. Paris: ICOM, 536-540.
In the spring of 1990, the Department of Antiquities of Israel carried out an in situ conservation intervention of a Roman fresco from a villa near Ein Yael, located in the vicinity of Jerusalem. The intervention was carried out according to the following principles: in situ consolidation of the fresco; use of products compatible with the original components; application of techniques similar to the ancient ones; use of local products and equipment, roofing and protection against water as preventive measures; and a maintenance program. In the spring of 1992, an examination of the structure confirmed the highly effective intervention.
Author(s): Costanzi Cobau, A.
Year Published: 1993
Language / Translations: English