Cultural Heritage

11h00-11h20 Tin sources and bronze production in NW Iberia in ancient times. Elin Figueiredo, Emmanuelle Meunier, Rui J.C. Silva, João Pedro Veiga

11h20-11h40 Evolutions in mining between the second Iron Age and the beginning of the Roman Period in South-Western Gaul. The case of the Pyrenean district for argentiferous copper of the Arize Massif. Emmanuelle Meunier

11h40-12h00 Portuguese silver from the 15th to the 17th century, the 11 dinheiros silver coins. Rui Borges

14h00-14h20 Roman construction lime in Conimbriga, Portugal — from production to alteration. A.P. Rodrigues, F. Carvalho, R.J.C. Silva, V.H. Correia, J. Coroado, L.M. Ferreira, J.P. Veiga

1 - Characterization of black crusts in the Palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece

2 - Efflorescence and crusts in Cultural Heritage from the island of Crete

3 - Synchrotron radiation-based X-ray diffraction applied to the study of Roman tesserae

4 - Mortars and binders from built cultural heritage: Analytical techniques in the characterization of ancient materials

5 - XANES investigation of the yellow Sb-Pb pigment used in colour mixtures in Portuguese ceramics during the 18-19th centuries

6 - Co K-edge XANES in ceramic pigments form faience and porcelains from the 16th to the 18th century

7 - Multi-analytical approach to the characterization of mortars from Roman mosaics: a case-study from Conimbriga, Portugal

8 - Mining heritage as a source of knowledge on secondary iron sulphates formed in abandoned mines

9 - Mineralogical characterization of the Algares 30-level addit for cultural tourism, Aljustrel mine, Iberian Pyrite Belt

11 - Bronzes with high tin content: long term corrosion evolution.

12 - Study of a pair of gold earrings attributed to Late Bronze Age by SEM-EDS and optical microscopy.

23 - MINEHERITAGE: Tracing and learning from ancient materials and mining technology (roll up)