| Egyptian Journal of Archeological and Restoration Studies

EJARS (Established 2011)

Attention (Memorial Issue)!

EJARS will publish a special memorial issue for the late Prof. Mohamed Abdelhady, Professor of restoration for his praiseworthy efforts at developing the school of restoration in the Arab World, with Issue managers (Shaaban Abd El-Aal -- Smm00@fayoum.edu.eg), (Mohamed Abdel Wadood Abdel Azim -- Maa02@fayoum.edu.eg), (Walid Ali Mohammed Mahmoud -- walid.ali@fayoum.edu.eg) and (Hamada Sadek -- Hsr00@fayoum.edu.eg).

Volume 10 ,issue 2 | Summer and Autumn 2020 | Pages : 103-112


Document Type: Review Article

DOI: 10.21608/ejars.2020.131813

pages: 103-112

Łukaszewicz, JW.
Institute of Archaeology, Nicolaus Copernicus Univ., Toruń, Poland

The conservation of stone monuments in the scientific aspect became the subject of research in the nineteenth century, when the foundations of the theory of conservation of monuments, today more widely understood as the protection of cultural her-itage, were laid. Since then, in spite of many projects, publications and even patents, the issue of stone monuments conservation is still open and the research continues. The significance of the issue is evidenced by rich volumes of conference materials from The Inte-rnational Congresses on Deterioration and Conservation of Stone, held every 4 years. The materials from these confe-rences are available on the ISCS-ICOMOS website (http://iscs.icomos.org). The aim of this work is to familiarize the readers with many years of experience of the so-called "Polish school of conservation of monuments" in the field of conservation of stone monuments. The causes of deterioration, the basic principles of conservation and the methods used in individual stages of conservation and restoration work on stone sculpture and architectural detail will be discussed.

Stone Sculpure Architectonic details Deterioration Conservation Restoration

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