9 datasets for Journal of Cultural Heritage
Data for: DISTRIBUTION AND COMPOSITIONAL FINGERPRINTS OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY CHERT SOURCES IN NORTHERN APULIA (ITALY)
Contributors: Emanuela Delluniversità, Massimo Tarantini, Italo Maria Muntoni, Ignazio Allegretta, Roberto Terzano, Giacomo Eramo
... The results of NM-PCI method applied on the analysed pebbles (supplementary material). Abbreviations: h = homogeneous; sh = shaded; m = mottled; sp = spotted; l = laminated; b = banded; st = streaked; c = conchoidal; s = subconchoidal; u = uneven; ND = non determined; Rad = radiolarians; Spi = sponge spiculae; For = foraminifers; FeOx = iron oxides; Org = organic matter. This dataset is cited in the text as Table 3.
Data for: Stone consolidation by biomineralisation. Contribution for a new conceptual and practical approach to consolidate soft decayed limestones
Contributors: jose delgado rodrigues, Ana Paula Ferreira Pinto
... Supplementary material S1: Deterioration patterns in elements of Ançã stone, in the Queluz gardens. S2: Main portal of Loulé church and details of intense scaling. S3: Limestone elements with scaling and deep cracking network in the main portal of Loulé church. S4: Santa Cruz church, Coimbra, Portugal, in 1997, before the intervention. S5 – Aspects of the intense spalling, scaling and deep fractures in limestone blocks of Porta Especiosa (Old Cathedral of Coimbra).
Data for: Rapid tools for assessing Building Heritage’s seismic vulnerability: a preliminary reliability analysis
Contributors: Enrico Quagliarini, Gabriele Bernardini, Michele Lucesoli
... Data used for the paper entitled: "Rapid tools for assessing Building Heritage’s seismic vulnerability: a preliminary reliability analysis". Vulnerability assessment of structural units according to Lagormasino and Giovinazzi 2006 and Ferreira Vicente Varum 2010 are provided. Aggregate buildings vulnerability according to the Mazzotti 2008 (SISMA) methods are provided. Finally, Lagormasino and Giovinazzi 2006-based aggregate buildings vulnerability assessment methods according to Section 3.4 of the paper are offered, by including correlations with Mazzotti 2008.
Data for: Non-destructive method for wood identification using conventional X-ray computed tomography data
Contributors: Kayoko Kobayashi, Takayuki Okochi, Won-Hee Lee, Junji Sugiyama, Sung-Wook Hwang
... The dataset and the examples of R scripts used for the paper.
Data for: A complementary spectroscopic approach for the non-invasive in-situ identification of synthetic organic pigments in modern reverse paintings on glass (1913-1946)
Contributors: Simon Steger, Simone Bretz, Oliver Hahn, Heike Stege
... DRIFT reference spectra of 10 synthetic organic pigments. PR1: Para red, pure (Acros Organics) PR3: Toluidinrot rein T 10004 (Farbwerke Franz Rasquin AG) PR4: Permanentrot SG3H (Kali-Chemie AG Berlin) PR6: Permanentrot hell (Kremer) PO5: Permanentrot 2 G extra (G. Siegle & Co. GmbH) PR83: Alizarin Krapplack dunkel (Schmincke) PG1: Fanal Grün D 8330 (BASF) PV2: Fanalviolett D 5460 (BASF) PY12: Permanentgelb DHG (Hoechst) PY3: Echtgelb rein R 10 G (Farbwerke Franz Rasquin AG)
Data for: Date-palm (Phoenix, Arecaceae) iconography in coins from the Mediterranean and West Asia (485 BC-1189 AD)
Contributors: Diego Rivera, Dennis Johnson, Concepción Obon, Emilio Laguna, Fancisco Alcaraz
... Tables 1 to 6 of the paper Date-palm (Phoenix, Arecaceae) iconography in coins from the Mediterranean and West Asia (485 BC-1189 AD) and supplementary reference for data included in tables
Contributors: Sílvia Sequeira, Maria Macedo, Maria Helena Casimiro, Inês Borges
... Materials and methods used for the analyses described in the article "Adhesives used in paper conservation: chemical stability and fungal bioreceptivity" and presentation of DSC and ATR-FTIR results.
Data for: An analytical strategy based on Fourier transformed infrared spectroscopy, principal component analysis and linear discriminant analysis to suggest the botanical origin of resins from Bursera. Application to archaeological Aztec Samples.
Contributors: Paola Lucero-Gómez, Cathy Vieillescazes, Rito Vega-Aviña, Carmen Esther Piña-Torres, Alfonsina Vázquez-Molotla, Stephany Nieto-Rizo, Lauro Bucio, Carole Mathe-Souza, Irma Belio-Reyes
... These is our reasearch data measured fromm resin samples
Contributors: Lluís Casas, Jordi López Vilar, nuria guasch, Marta Prevosti, Carlota Auguet, Gerard Cantoni
... The uploaded file contains single specimen results (declination and inclination) for the three sampled structures (Nulles, Cal Ticó-kiln, Cal Ticó-hearth and Camps de Mas Vidal) that were used to compute the corresponding archaeomagnetic mean directions. I suggest this data to be made available to the reader as supplementary material for online publication only. This has been also uploaded as e-component and it is cited in the manuscript as 'Supplementary Table'.