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《Study on Natural and Cultural Heritage》 2019-S2
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Significance of Environmental Monitoring for Protection and Preservation of Stone Carvings in Ming Tomb

CHEN Xiaohan;TIAN Meng;PAN Binbin;Nanjing Museum Administration;  
Ming Tomb is located under Zijin Mountain in Xuanwu District of Nanjing City. It is one of the largest imperial tombs in China. As the head of China's Ming imperial mausoleum, Ming Tomb represents the highest achievement in architecture and stone carving art in the early Ming Dynasty and directly affects the shape of more than 20 imperial mausoleums in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The stone carvings in Ming Tomb are located in the humid and rainy southern region and are preserved in the open air. Due to the age and man-made destruction, the surface of the stone carvings shows obvious diseases. In order to solve the problems of crack, corrosion of plants and microorganisms, and obvious differences in the positions and orientations of stone carvings with different weathering degrees, disease investigation was carried out on the stone carvings themselves, and real-time online monitoring was carried out on the preservation environment to find out the main factors affecting the stability and development of cultural relics. Through proper cleaning of the diseases and certain intervention on the preservation environment of stone carvings, the disease of stone carvings was effectively delayed.
【CateGory Index】: K878.8
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