Biological, chemical and technological characteristics of waterlogged archaeological piles (Quercus petraea (Matt.)Liebl.) of a medieval bridge foundation in Bavaria

The biological, chemical and technological study of waterlogged archaeological piles of oak wood (Quercus petraea (Matt.)Liebl.) of a medieval bridge in Bavaria was primarily undertaken in the context of finding an adequate drying method to assure stable long-term conditions while presenting the archaeological finds in a local history museum. There was a… (More)