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"Appearance and Reality: Recent Studies in Conservation": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 55, no. 3 (Winter, 1997–1998)
Abramitis, Dorothy H., James H. Frantz, Elizabeth Hendrix, Michele Marincola, Deborah Schorsch, and Richard E. Stone (1997–1998)
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Aging properties  |  Alabaster  |  Animal motifs  |  Antiquities  |  Archaeological metalwork  |  Artistic analysis  |  Bastet  |  Bronze Age  |  Bronze cat figures  |  Cinnabar  |  Colorants  |  Connoisseurship  |  Conservation  |  Conservation controversies  |  Conservation practices  |  Conservation science  |  Conservation treatments  |  Copper alloy  |  Corrosion  |  Cultural identity  |  Cyclades  |  Cycladic figures  |  Early Bronze Age  |  Egyptian art  |  Elemental analysis  |  Ewers  |  Excavations  |  Fakes  |  Feline catacombs  |  Fonthill ewer  |  Forgeries  |  Gilt  |  Goldsmithing  |  Greek art  |  Historical accuracy  |  Historical context  |  Historical perceptions  |  Hollow-cast figures  |  Incorrect restorations  |  Iron oxide  |  Italian Renaissance  |  Limestone sculpture  |  Manufacturing practices  |  Marble  |  Metallographic examination  |  Mummies  |  Mummified cats  |  Objects conservation  |  Painted decoration  |  Pigments  |  Plaster restoration  |  Polychrome sculpture  |  Preservation  |  Provenance  |  Radiography  |  Reproductions  |  Restoration  |  Roman copies  |  Sacred images  |  Sarcophagi  |  Sculpture  |  Statuettes  |  Stylistic analysis  |  Surface cleaning  |  Symbolic objects  |  Technical studies  |  Ultraviolet reflectography  |  X-ray diffraction  |  X-ray radiography  |  X-ray spectrometry (EDS)