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La tomographie, un atout majeur dans la chaîne opératoire analytique de l’objet archéologique : Retour d’expérience d’une archéologue et d’un conservateur-restaurateur, spécialistes du mobilier métallique

Abstract : This article presents the feedback of two specialists in metal furniture - an archaeologist and a conservator-restorer - on the use of tomographic imaging in the analytical operating chain of artifacts, from the micro-sampling of samples to the various conservation-restoration interventions and their study of the objects. Different examples illustrate the advantages of this non-destructive analysis technique while considering its few limitations. As our activities are closely linked to the evolution of these new X-ray imaging technologies, we can already measure their impact both in the choice of intervention protocols during cleaning for study or restoration and in the scientific exploitation of the documentation and its valorization.
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Émilie Millet, Renaud Bernadet. La tomographie, un atout majeur dans la chaîne opératoire analytique de l’objet archéologique : Retour d’expérience d’une archéologue et d’un conservateur-restaurateur, spécialistes du mobilier métallique. Les Nouvelles de l'archéologie, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2020, Tomographie en archéologie, 159, pp.41-50. ⟨10.4000/nda.9357⟩. ⟨hal-03153653⟩

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