Studies in Art and Archaeological Conservation: Dr. B.B. Lal Commemoration Volume
Agam Kala Prakashan, Sep 1, 2004 - Cultural property - 290 pages
Archaeological Chemists and Archaeological ngineers have contributed the results of their recent researches in the fields of preservation and conservation. An excellent guide for the professionals. Preservation of manuscripts,art objects, paper, palm leaf birch hark, etc. dealt with will be very useful to archaeological chemists.Contemporary black lustrous ware and NBP ware have also been discussed.
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