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      A los pies de la diosa. Contexto y análisis de la escultura de mármol griego documentada en el patio del yacimiento tartésico de Casas del Turuñuelo (Guareña, Badajoz, España)

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          En este trabajo presentamos los resultados de los análisis arqueométricos realizados a un fragmento de escultura de mármol documentado en el patio del yacimiento de Casas del Turuñuelo (Guareña, Badajoz) durante los trabajos realizados en el año 2017. Estos análisis han permitido confirmar que el mármol procede de las canteras del Pentélico (Atenas, Grecia), lo que la convierten en la escultura de mármol griega más antigua, hasta la fecha, de la arqueología peninsular. Su estudio ha permitido además recuperar los restos de policromía y caracterizar los pigmentos empleados. Por último, se presenta el contexto arqueológico e histórico de la pieza objeto de estudio, así como sus posibles paralelos.

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              The spatially resolved characterisation of Egyptian blue, Han blue and Han purple by photo-induced luminescence digital imaging.

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              The photo-induced luminescence properties of Egyptian blue, Han blue and Han purple were investigated by means of near-infrared digital imaging. These pigments emit infrared radiation when excited in the visible range. The emission can be recorded by means of a modified commercial digital camera equipped with suitable glass filters. A variety of visible light sources were investigated to test their ability to excite luminescence in the pigments. Light-emitting diodes, which do not emit stray infrared radiation, proved an excellent source for the excitation of luminescence in all three compounds. In general, the use of visible radiation emitters with low emission in the infrared range allowed the presence of the pigments to be determined and their distribution to be spatially resolved. This qualitative imaging technique can be easily applied in situ for a rapid characterisation of materials. The results were compared to those for Egyptian green and for historical and modern blue pigments. Examples of the application of the technique on polychrome works of art are presented.
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                Complutum
                Complutum
                Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)
                1988-2327
                1131-6993
                December 21 2023
                January 09 2024
                : 34
                : 2
                : 441-460
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                10.5209/cmpl.92263
                04bba30c-4d6f-417a-b8d5-5264678df639
                © 2024
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