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Roberto Nardi of the Centro di Conservazione Archeologica, Rome, discusses fascinating work undertaken by conservators in the ancient city of Zeugma (in present-day Turkey), known for its outstanding mosaics.
Recorded March 30, 2012
True Colors: The Damascus Room
Conserving the Emperor's Carpet
The Arts of the Book
Islamic Textiles and Carpets from the Met's Collection
Revealing the Original
Conserving Islamic Art: Panel Discussion
Conserving the Damascus Room
The Conservation of Albrecht Dürer's Adam and Eve Panels at the Prado Museum in Madrid
Conservation of the Sixth-Century Mosaic of the Transfiguration
Chemistry on Canvas: A Revealing Portrait of Monsieur and Madame Lavoisier
The Burgos Tapestry: A Study in Conservation
The Philippe de Montebello Years: Conservators Celebrate Three Decades of Acquisitions
Structural Conservation: Dürer's Adam and Eve Panels - Sunday the Met: Conserving the Paintings Collections
Rediscovering "The Organ Rehearsal" - Sunday at the Met: Conserving the Paintings Collections
Artwork Forensics: Understanding the Evidence - Sunday at the Met: Conserving the Paintings Collections
Minor Problems, Big Issues: Conserving Modernism - Sunday the Met: Conserving the Paintings Collections
New Methods at The National Museum of Art of Romania
Chevalier Conservation System
New Methods in Restoration and Conservation
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