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Posted on 14 March 2023 by Tessa Corton
Archaeology and conservation are intrinsically linked. Indeed, some may argue that archaeological conservation is just an extension of post-excavation. This would an over simplification – conservation is much more than […]
Posted on 18 November 2022 by Tessa Corton
Paraloid B72. Or Acryloid B72, if you’re American, or even ethyl methacrylate and methacrylate if you’re feeling fancy (Preservation Equipment Ltd, 2021). By whatever name, you’re bound to […]
Posted on 24 December 2017 by Mandy Garratt
As I sit down to write this blog post, many people will be gathering gifts, wrapping paper, and Sellotape in preparation for the festive period. But as you wrap, or […]
Posted on 17 March 2017 by Jack Newcombe
When I arrived at Cardiff to study Conservation this was one (of many) objects I was given. Jane Henderson asked me if I wanted the object and it reminded me […]
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