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YUAG 1854.1. Visible light, Human-headed genie watering sacred tree
Jens Stenger, associate conservation scientist at the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, is interviewed by Yale News regarding his research into the...
YUAG 1936.45 Visible light, painted limestone relief depicting Maat. Vial of Egyptian blue pigment on the left. (photo credit: Jens Stenger)
Ancient Pigment, New Discoveries: Egyptian Blue By Megan Salas, IPCH Research Assistant The pigment known as “Egyptian blue” (CaCuSi4O10)[1] is the oldest manmade pigment and...
Sailors’ Rights Flask (Turtle Whimsy), 1815–30, Mold-blown glass, YUAG
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Insectes: 20 planches en phototypie coloriées au patron donnant 80 insectes et 16 compositions décoratives by Eugène Alain Séguy
Dr. Catherine Stephens, senior conservation scientist at Yale’s IPCH, will use examples found in the BLUE: COLOR & CONCEPT exhibit to highlight categories of...
The Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, established by a transformational gift from Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin ’78  is dedicated to advance the field...
Monday, April 14, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Sterling Memorial Library, International Room (177) Please join IPCH in welcoming, from The University of Manchester: Caroline Checkley-...
The obverse side of an Old Assyrian envelope fragment decorated with impressions created by a cylinder seal.
The Yale Babylonian Collection, in partnership with the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (nee Yale Digital Collections Center (YDC2)) and the Computer...

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