DETERIORATION AND CONSERVATION OF AN ASSYRIAN BRONZE KNEADING BOWL

@inproceedings{Mahmoud2020DETERIORATIONAC,
  title={DETERIORATION AND CONSERVATION OF AN ASSYRIAN BRONZE KNEADING BOWL},
  author={Gehan Adel Mahmoud and Abdel Rahman Elserogy},
  year={2020}
}
An Assyrian bronze kneading bowel is preserved in the storage area of the Jordanian Heritage Museum. Its diameter is 37 cm, and the height is 16 cm. The bronze bowl suffered from many corrosion forms, as different corrosion layers are visible on the surface. The bronze disease appears in different parts, damaging parts of the edges of the bronze bowl, and holes in the bowl’s body. Samples of corrosion layers were studied using Light Optical Microscope (LOM), Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM… 
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