Scientific investigations of the I mperial G ates from the P etrindu wooden church, S alaj C ounty, R omania

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  • Published: Dec 18, 2017
  • Author: Olivia Florena Marutoiu, Ioan Bratu, Constantin Marutoiu, Dana Luminita Postolache, Mihai Dragomir, Claudiu Tanaselia, Sorina Garabagiu
  • Journal: X-Ray Spectrometry

In order to preserve and restore the Imperial Gates from the Petrindu wooden church, Salaj County, Romania, (map location—latitude, longitude: 46.97, 23.19), the scientific investigation of the wooden support and painting materials (ground and pigments) was performed, employing Fourier‐transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), X‐ray fluorescence spectroscopy, and 3D scanning. FTIR spectroscopy offered information about the wooden degradation stage, whereas X‐ray fluorescence and FTIR spectroscopic methods were employed for structural painting materials characterization. The structural data can be correlated with the artistic, theological, and historical analysis of this religious patrimony object. After obtaining information about the wooden support and painting materials, the Imperial Gates were 3D digitized using state of the art laser scanning technology. The digital 3D model obtained was restored in a virtual environment and converted into an interactive 3D model that can be used for Romanian cultural heritage digital dissemination.

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