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Conservation and restoration work on the stone sculptures from the Danieli Collection in the collection of Roman antiquities of Archaeological Museum Zadar and inquiry into the origin of its stone

Marija Zorica ; Arheološki muzej Zadar, Zadar, Hrvatska
Martina Rajzl orcid id ; Arheološki muzej Zadar, Zadar, Hrvatska
Vlasta Ćosović ; Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet - Geološki odsjek, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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The permanent exhibition of Roman antiquities in Archaeological Museum Zadar is organized by themes, such as Roman military, architecture and urban planning, art, religion and burials. Stone sculptures account for large part of the exhibits – specifically, 96 valuable specimens that required conservation and restoration work. Over a period of two years, some 50 stone monuments un­derwent preventive protection measures and 25 of them under­went a full protection procedure. This paper describes the con­servation treatment and petrographic analyses conducted on the marble sculptures and portraits from the Danieli Collection. Based on the stone dust samples collected from the exhibits, the type of the stone and its formation were determined. The petro­graphic analysis was used to establish a more accurate origin of the stone and the locations of the quarries it possibly came from.

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Permanent exhibition, Roman period, conservation and restoration work, marble, petrographic analysis

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