Study on Analysis and Conservation of Archaeological Materials in Japan and Korea
Grant-in-Aid for international Scientific Research
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants |
|Research Institution||Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute |
SAWADA Masaaki Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute, 埋蔵文化財センター・遺物処理研究室, 室長 (20000490)
李 相洙 国立中央博物館, 保存科学研究所, 室長
李 昶根 韓国文化財研究所, 木浦海洋遺物処理所, 所長
金 誠亀 国立晋州博物館, 館長
CHOU Yujon National Research Institute of Cultural Properties, 遺跡調査研究室, 室長
KIM Tonghyon National Research Institute of Cultural Properties, 保存科学研究室, 室長
NAGASIMA Masakazu Office of the Shousou-in-Treasure-House, 保存課, 総理府技官
村上 隆 奈良国立文化財研究所, 埋蔵文化財センター・遺物処理研究室, 研究員 (00192774)
NAGASIMA Masaharu National Museum of Japanese History, 情報資料部, 助教授 (50164421)
KOEZUKA Takayasu Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute, 飛鳥藤原宮跡発掘調査部・考古第2調査室, 主任研究官 (10099955)
KURAKU Yosiyuki Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute, 埋蔵文化財センター・集落遺跡研究室, 室長 (00000472)
LEE Sangsoo National Museum of Korea
MYONGI Lee National Research Institute of Cultural Properties
KIM Song National Museum of Chinju
NAGASIMA Ryu Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute
|Project Period (FY)
1990 – 1991
Completed (Fiscal Year 1991)
|Budget Amount *help
¥9,000,000 (Direct Cost: ¥9,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1991: ¥5,000,000 (Direct Cost: ¥5,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1990: ¥4,000,000 (Direct Cost: ¥4,000,000)
|Keywords||Korea / Water-logged Wood / Urushi / Metal / 日韓 / 木製品 / 漆製品 / 金属製品 / 新安|
Objectives of the program :
a) Exchange of, data on analytical research of archaeological materials
b) Exchange of samples of-archaeological-m-aterials
c) Comparative study on the conservation techniques of-archaeological materials
Summary of Activities :
Water-logged Wood : Sampled from the shipwrecks from Sinan (Korea) and Esasi (Hokkaidou).
Urushi : Vessels and combs coated with Urusi from the Joumon period, Yayoi period, and Kofun period in Japan.
Vessels and bow with. -Urushi from Tahori site in. Korea, the 6th C.
Metal Objects : Bronze artifacts-from the Kofun period in Japan. Iron swords from the Kofun period in Japan and Korea.
<Results and Discussion>
A water-logged wood containing iron salt is-not strong against the wet condition. This type of wood treated by PEG method should-be kept in a dry condition.
Two methods of pretreatment for freeze-drying were compared for shipwrecks. One of them is using a solution of tertiary butanol, and the other is a solution of PEG in water.
Many of, urushi artifacts have been. excavated in Japan and Korea. Its origin in started. from Bronze age, around B. C. 100.
The bronze artifacts excavated in Japan have a large, variety in surface condition. One of them has surface heavily covered with thick patina. The other has smooth surface, like a glasses which has a black or silver color.
BTA reacts quickly With cuprite, but slowly with tenorite. Two samples were prepared. Two samples were prepared, one rich and the other poor in tenorite. Both surfaces were treated with a corrosion inhibitor. No difference in the surisce state was observed after a treatment of accelerateing deterioration.
Report (2 results)
Research Products (8 results)