Workshop and field work “Non-destructive and non-invasive methods for in situ diagnosis of Cultural Heritage materials”

7 Settembre 2019

Loc-progetto-archeologia-archeometriaA partire da lunedì 9 settembre 2019 comincerà il programma di incontri Non-destructive and non-invasive methods for in situ diagnosis of Cultural Heritage materials, che prevede lezioni teoriche e pratiche sul campo presso l’area archeologica della Villa dei Vetti (Capraia e Limite -FI).

Il workshop and field work rientra nel Progetto Speciale per la didattica dell’Università di Pisa “Dalla terra alla scienza, dalla scienza alla storia. Archeologia e archeometria per la ricostruzione del passato nel cantiere della Villa tardo antica dei Vetti (Capraia e Limite – FI)”, curato dal Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere (Prof. Federico Cantini, Dott. E. Odelli) e dal Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra (Dott.ssa Simona Raneri), in collaborazione con il Raman Spectroscopy and Archaeometry Research Group della Gent University (Prof. Peter Vandenabeele, Dr. Anastasia Rousaki).

Programma

09 September 2019

  • h 19:00 – Welcome walking tour at Pisa city centre

10 September 2019

  • h 8:30 – Departure from Pisa to Villa dei Vetti (Capraia e Limite sull’Arno, Florence)
  • h 9:30 – Welcome at the archaeological site
  • h 10:00-12:00 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Workshop: “Analytical techniques for art and
    archaeology. Raman and XRF spectroscopic techniques: basics, potential and limits”
  • h 12:30-13:30 – Lunch break
  • h 14:00-17:00 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Practical session: “Portable XRF and portable Raman spectroscopy: how to use them? How to improve experimental condition during in situ measurements?” Field work on Mosaico della Caccia
  • h 17:00-18:00 – Trip back to Pisa

11 September 2019

  • h 8:30 – Departure from Pisa to Villa dei Vetti (Capraia e Limite sull’Arno, Florence)
  • 9:30- 10:30 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Workshop: “Portable vs benchmark set ups: how to improve knowledge by integrating analytical data from field work and laboratory analysis”
  • h 10:30-11:30 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Practical session: “Analysis campaign on marble slabs and other stone, glass and ceramics materials found in the archaeological excavation”
  • h 11:30-12:30 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Practical session: “How to process and interpret data spectroscopic data”
  • h 12:30-13:30 – Lunch break
  • h 14:00-17:00 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Field work and measurement campaign on the archaeological site
  • h 17:00-18:00 – Trip back to Pisa

12 September 2019

  • h 8:30 – Departure from Pisa to Villa dei Vetti (Capraia e Limite sull’Arno, Florence)
  • h 9:30- 12:30 – Video-clip shooting for the video collection “Raccontare la ricerca” produced by the University of Pisa
  • h 12:30 – 13:30 – Lunch break
  • h 14:00-17:00 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Field work and measurement campaign
  • h 17:00-18:00 – Trip back to Pisa

13 September 2019

  • h 8:30 – Beginning of the field activities
  • h 9:30-12:30 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Field work and measurement campaign
  • h 12:30 – 13:30 – Lunch break
  • h 14:00-17:00 – Peter Vandenabeele & Anastasia Rousaki, UGent – Field work and measurement campaign
  • h 17:00-18:00 Final discussion and end of the activities