Travaux et Recherches Archéologiques
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B-IMPACT - Bronze-IMproved non-hazardous PAtina CoaTings
Duration : March 2015 – Febbruary 2017
Coordinator : Tadeja Kosec (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Slovenia) / DICAM Project Responsible: Maria Chiara Bignozzi
Responsable de la partie française : Luc ROBBIOLA
Objectives of the B-IMPACT project :
- to develop protective coatings for outdoor bronzes with high performance in terms of durability, while respecting the ethics of the cultural heritage,
- to investigate the toxicity of the more efficient coatings with the aim of selecting non-hazardous ones, and
- to produce a marketable pre-formulation of the most efficient coatings

Brochure de présentation du programme B-Impact [PDF - 3 Mo]
Site Internet du programme B-Impact


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Responsable : Esther LOPEZ-MONTALVO. 
Intitulé du programme : « NEOSOCWESTMED » : "Towards a comprehensive characterisation of the Neolithic societies through their graphic expressions: cultural identities and contacts in the Western Mediterranean"
Marie Curie Actions-IntraEuropean Fellowship (FP7 ERC).  (nº 628428)
Lien vers le site de la Commission européenne : http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/188252_en.html
Dates : 1er mars 2014 au 29 février 2016

Résumé : Ce programme de recherche vise à une caractérisation du processus de néolithisation et d’expansion des sociétés néolithiques dans le cadre de la Méditerranée occidentale- notamment la péninsule Ibérique, la France et l’Italie- à travers une analyse intégrée des manifestations graphiques pariétales et mobilières sur support céramique dans leur contexte culturel. Mon objectif est d’aborder la dynamique des sociétés néolithiques- identités, réseaux sociaux et d’interaction et évolution historique- à travers une approche novatrice, archéologique et anthropologique, des graphies néolithiques. Ce programme de recherche bénéfice d’un réseau de collaborations internationales et multidisciplinaires.

This project focus on one of the more exciting cultural, economic and social transformation process: the Neolitisation and expansion of Neolithic societies in the Western Mediterranean (VI.mill .cal BC-III.mill cal. BC).The main goal of this project is to provide a comprehensive characterization of this cultural process in the Iberian Peninsula as well as of the cultural relationships between this territory and the European Western Mediterranean regions through their graphic expressions (rock art and pottery decoration).For that purpose, an innovative theoretical and methodological approach will be implemented regarding both graphic and archaeological record. On the one hand, a comprehensive analysis and documentation of the three graphic horizons located in the Iberian Peninsula, an exceptional artistic territory in the European Neolithic, will be carried out, using the latest developments in data management and interpretation as well as recording. Our purpose is to characterize the social and territorial dynamics of Neolithic societies though their parietal depictions, introducing for the first time an archaeological and anthropological approach in the study of Neolithic rock art. On the other hand, a contrasting analysis between the data provided by the archaeological and graphic record will be performed in order to reach a comprehensive characterization of the Neolithic cultural mosaic as well as of its social and economic dynamics and territorial structure. Finally, a characterisation of the intercultural relationships between Western Mediterranean regions through their system of beliefs will be developed, studying the dispersion and persistence of figurative themes in both rock art and pottery. In sum, this project will contribute to definitively integrate the Neolithic rock art in the discussion of the Neolithisation process and will provide a comprehensive characterization of this cultural process through all the archaeological and graphic remains.
 


 

 

 





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